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THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 



Five hundred copies only of the Third 
Volume of the " Visitation of England and 
Wales" have been printed at my Private 
Press. This copy is No. 320 




Grove Park, /l^^y^^^^^^^ ' 

Denmark Hill, 
S.E. 




^isfitatton 



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CnglanD ant Wales?. 



EDITED BY 

JOSEPH JACKSON HOWARD, LL.D. 

MALTRAVERS HERALD EXTRAORDINARY. 



AND 



FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP. 



VOLUME 3. 



PRIVATELY PRINTED. 
1895- 



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LIST OF PEDIGREES. 



Page 
Amphlett of Horseley, co. 

Stafford - - - - 156 
BiDDELL of Playford, co. 

Suffolk - - - - 97 
Bond of High Ongar, CO. Essex 72 
Bourne of Stalmine Hall, 

Fleetwood, co. Lane. - 148 
Burke of Auberies, Bulmer, co. 

Essex - - - - 43 
Chance of Birmingham (Eldest 

Branch) - - - - 61 
CHANCEof Birmingham (Second 

Branch) - - - - 65 
Ch.'VNCE of Birmingham (Third 

Branch) - - - - 7° 
Clarke of Derby - - - Si 
Collier - - - - 74 
Cookson of Leeds - - 129 

Fair of Wellow, co. Hants - 49 

Field 82 

Fletcher of Lawneswood and 

Wyrley Magna, co. Stafford 77 
Floyer of Horncastle, co. Lin- 
coln - - - - 115 
GODDEN - - - - 54 

Gilbey of Elsenham Hall, co. 

Essex . - - - 143 
Glazebrook of Liverpool - 56 
Herbert of Clytha, co. Mon- 
mouth - - - - 125 
Herbert of Llanarth, co. Mon- 
mouth - - - - 121 

Hicks 100 

Jermyn - - - - 170 

Johnson of Yaxham and 

Welborne, co. Norfolk - 17 
Lloyd of Stockton in Chirbury, 

CO. Salop - - - I 

Lukin of Hinton Martel, co. 

Dorset - - - - 46 
Macnamara - - - - 91 
Maitland of Croydon, co. 

Surrey - - - - 29 



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Mellor of Culmhead, Pitmin 

ster, CO. Somerset 
Mirehouse of Hambrook, 

CO. Gloucester, and Col- 

sterworth, co. Lincoln 
molesworth 

Ouvry 

Punchard of Luton, co. Bed- 
ford 

Randall of Orford, CO. Suffolk 164 
Ratcliff of Edgbaston, co. 

Warwick - - - 139 

Ratton - - - - 158 

Reynard of Sunderlandwick, 

and Hobgreen, co. York - 163 
Rivington - - - - 20 
Royds of Falinge, Rochdale, 

CO. Lancaster - 

Salt 

Savage of The Ards, Knowle, 

CO. Warwick - 
Scarlett of Parkhurst, co. 

Surrey . . - - 
Shadwell of Northall, co. 

Middlesex 
Simcoe of Wolford Lodge, co. 

Devon, Penheale, co. 

Cornwall, and Old Court, 

CO. Hereford - 
Sparks of Langton Herring, co. 

Dorset - - - - 
Taddy of Caldecote Lodge, 

CO. Bedford 
Taylor of Liverpool, and 

Abergele, North Wales - 
Trotman ... - 
Sheringham, co. 



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161 



Upcher of 

Norfolk - - - - 25 

Weldon - - - - 40 

Welman - - - - 33 

Wisden of Broadwater, CO. Sussex 7 

Young of Salcombe, South 

Devon - - - - 10 



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jBiames of (auarterings of itIo|)lJ of ^tocl^ton, 
in C})irfaurj, to. ^alop. 

(ON RECORD AT THE COLLEGE OF ARMS.) 



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Lloyd of Stockton. Sable, three nag's 

heads erased argent. 
Sir Griffith V.-^ughan,' Knight Ban- 
neret of Agincourt. Quarterly, i and 
4, sable, three nag's heads erased 
argent ; 2 and 3, argent, a " castle " 
triple-towered sable, port overt, chained 
transverse or. (Sir John Oldcastle, 
Lord Cobham.) 
Griffith ap Beli, de la Garth, Lord of 
Guilsfield. Per pale or and gules, 
two lions rampant addorsed counter- 
changed. 
Brochwel Ysgithrog, King of Powys 
and Earl of Chester an° 617. Sable, 
three nag's heads erased argent. 
Beli Mawr, or Belinus the Great, 
King of Britain. Azure, three ducal 
crowns in pale or. 
Sir Aron ap Rhys, Knight of the 
Sepulchre. Argent, a lion rampant 
gardant gules. 
Sir Aron ap Rhys,^ Knight of the 
Sepulchre. Argent, a lion rampant 
sable, ducally gorged, with chain 
reflexed over the back or. 
Bledrey, Lord of Cilsant, ob. an° 11 19. 
Argent, three bull's heads caboshed 
sable, horned or. 
Cadivor Vawr, Lord of Blaenkych, 
Cilsant and Dived, ob. an° 1084. 
Argent, a lion rampant gardant sable. 
Seisyllt, from Pilius, King of Dived. 

Azure, a wolf rampant argent. 
Meiric, King of Dived. Azure, a 
chevron between three cocks argent, 
armed, crested and wattled or. 
Meredydd, of Dived. Sable, a boar 
statant argent, armed and bristled or, 
between six fleurs-de-lis, three in chief 
and three in base of the second. 
Llwch Llawen Vawr, Peer of Wales. 
Azure, a boar argent, armed, bristled, 
collared and chained or, to a tree of 
the second. 



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Griffith ap Cydrych, Lord of Gwinvai. 

Sable, a lion rampant argent. 
Gwaethvoed, Prince of Gwent and 

Cardigan and Lord of Gwinvai, 

killed an° 1057; Or, a lion rampant 

regardant sable. 
Gwrvdyr, Prince of Powys and Cardigan. 

Azure, three ducal crowns or. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Edwin ap Teithwallt, Prince of Car- 
digan. Sable, a lion rampant argent. 
Cunedda Wledig, King of North Wales, 

ob. 389. Sable, three roses argent, 

barbed and seeded proper. 
Padarn Peisrudd. From Beli Mawr, or 

Belinus the Great. Sable, three spears 

erect in fess argent. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Morfydd verch Inyr, King of Gwent. 

Per pale, or and azure, a lion rampant 

argent, supporting a tree eradicated 

proper. 
Inyr, King of Gwent. Per pale, azure 

and sable, three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Cadwalader, last King of the Britons, 

ob. an° 688. Azure, a cross patty- 

fitchy or. 
Cadwallon, King of the Britons. Or, 

on a pale azure three ducal crowns of 

the first, all within a border sable, 

thereon six annulets, three, two and 

one of the field. 
Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 
Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 
Sir Howel, Knight, Lord of Caerlleon. 

Gules, three towers triple-towered argent. 
Owen Wan, Lord of Caerlleon and 

Machynlheth. Sable, a plate between 

three towers triple-towered argent. 
Howel Dha, or The Good, King of all 

Wales, ob. 948. Gules, a lion rampant 

within a border indented or. 
Cadell, Prince of South Wales, ob. an° 

907. Argent, three lions passant 

regardant in pale gules. 



' " S' Griff: Vychan knighted at y= battle of Agincourt by H: y" fift. and descended from Brcjchwel. m 
Marg' fh Griff: ap Jenk: h'^ of Broughton." (College of Arms, Prothero VII, 186, 195.) "This S' Griffithe 
Vaughan toke prisoner John Oldcastle. L: Cobham in Powys for the vj^^ Kinge Henry 5 gave him the lordship of 
Branyarthe w"': A great some of money and the arms of the said L: Cobham w"^*" S' Gruft" marled dame 
Margarett layde of Owlebury who bearethe a fielde sable three owles argent out of the w"^*" S' Gruff & dame 
Margaret descendeth the geneology of the Lloydes." {College of Arms, E. 6, 99.) 

= " S' Aron ap Rees Lo: of Kilsant, went to Jerusale w:"" K: Rich: y= first surnamed Cordelyon, where 
he was made K' of the Sepulch', whereupon he adorned his Lion w:"" y" crowne & chayne." lie married 
"Wenlian da: to Griffith ap Ednivid vichan of w:^'' Ednivid vichan the late Queene Elizabeth & our royall Kinge 
that now is, is lineally descended by S' Owyn Tydy." — College of Arms, Philpot, <4> /• 4'- 



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RoDERic Mawr, or The Great, King 
of all Wales, slain in battle in 877. 
Or, a lion passant gardant gules. 

Mervyn Frych, King of the Canibro 
Britons and Earl of Anglesey, slain 
S43. Argent, on three fusils con- 
joined, in fess, gules, three eagles 
displayed or. 

CoEL GoDEBOG, King of Britain. Azure, 
a cross couped engrailed between four 
ducal crowns or. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Cadell ap Brochwel, ap Eliseg, King 
of Powys. Sable, three nag's heads 
erased argent. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

CoNAN Tyndaethwy, King of the 
Cambro Britons, ob. 818. Azure, a 
cross patty-fitchy between four ducal 
crowns or. 

Idwal Ywrch, King of the Cambro 
Britons, ob. 720. Azure, a cross patty- 
fitchy between four martletts or. 

Cadwalader. As No. 24. 

Cadwallon. As No. 25. 

Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 

Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 

Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 

Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20 

Mervyn, Prince of Powys, slain an° 900. 
Quarterly, gules and or, four lions 
passant gardant counter-changed. 

Roderic Mawr. As No. 32. 

Mervyn Frych. As No. 33. 

CoEL Godebog. As No. 34. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Cadell ap Brochwel. As No. 36. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Conan Tyndaethwy. As No. 38. 

Idwal Ywrch. As No. 39. 

Cadwalader. As No. 24. 

Cadwallon. As No. 25. 

Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 

Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 

Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Rees Gr6g, Lord of Llanymdhyfri, ob. 
an° 1233. Argent, a lion rampant 
sable, crowned gules. 

Rhys, Prince of South Wales, ob. an° 
1 1 96. Quarterly, i and 4, argent, 
a lion rampant sable, crowned or ; 
2 and 3, sable, a pomegranate leaved 
and slipped or, seeded gules. 

Rees ap Tudor, Prince of Wales, slain 
an° 1089. Gules, a lion rampant or. 

Rees ap Tudor, Prince of Wales, slain 
an" 1089. Argent, a lion rampant 
sable, crowned or. 

Tudor the Great, Prince of Wales, 
slain in battle an° 992. Argent, three 
lions passant regardant in pale gules. 



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As No. 33. 
As No. 34. 



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HowEL Dha. As No. 
Cadell. As No. 31. 
Roderic Mawr. 
Mervyn Frych. 
CoEL Godebog. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Cadell ap Brochwel. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Conan Tyndaethwy. As No. 38. 
Idwal Ywrch. As No. 39. 
Cadwalader. As No. 24. 
Cadwallon. As No. 25. 
Cunedda Wledig. As No. 
Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 
Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 
Beli Mawr. As No- 5. 
Mervyn. As No. 46. 
Roderic Mawr. As No. 32. 
Mervyn Frych. As No. 33. 
CoEL Godebog. As No. 34. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Cadell ap Brochwel. As No. 36. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Conan Tyndaethwy. As No. 38. 
Idwal Ywrch. As No. 39. 
Cadwalader. As No. 24. 
Cadwallon. As No. 25. 
Cunedda Wledig. As No. 
Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Cunedda Wledig. As No. 
Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Allo ap Rywallon of Trevnant in 
Or, three lion's heads erased 
within a border engrailed 



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Powys, 

gules, 

azure. 

Iestyn ap Gwrgant, Prince of Gla- 
morgan, ob. 1 09 1. Gules, three 
chevronels argent. 

Llowdden, Lord of Uwch Aeron. 
Gules, a griffin segreant or. 

Uchtred, Prince of Englefield and one 
of the 15 Peers, ob. mo. Argent, 
a cross fieurette engrailed sable, 
between four Cornish choughs proper, 
on a chief azure a boar's head couped 
of the first, tusked or. 

Edwin ap Grono, Prince of Englefield, 
slain an° 1073. Argent, a cross 
fleurett^ engrailed sable, between 
four Cornish choughs proper. 

Howel Dha. As No. 30. 

Cadell. As No. 31. 

Roderic Mawr. As No. 32. 

Mervyn Frych. As No. 33. 

CoEL Godebog. As No. 34. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Cadell ap Brochwel. As No. 36. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Conan Tyndaethwy. As No. 38. 

Idwal Ywrch. As No. 39. 



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Cadwalader. As No. 24. 
Cadwallon. As No. 25. 

CUNEDDA WlEDIG. As No. 1 9. 

Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 
Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Merv\'n. As No. 46. 
RoDERic Mawr. As No. 32. 
Mervyn Frych. As No. 33. 

COEL GODEBOG. As No. 34. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Cadell ap Brochwel. As No. 36. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

CoNAN Tyndaethwy. As No. 38. 

Idvval Ywrch. As No. 39. 

Cadwalader. As No. 24. 

Cadwallon. As No. 25. 

Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 

Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 

Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Griffith Broughton, Lord of Brough- 

ton. Sable, a chevron between three 

owls argent. 
Madoc, de la Home, temp. Edward I. 

Sable, three owls argent. 
Winsbury, de Winsbury. Or, a fess 

chequy of the field and gules, a 

chief indented azure. 
Ednowain ap Bradwen, one of the 15 

Tribes of North Wales, an° 1080. 

Gules, three snakes nowed argent. 
Marchudd, one of the 15 Peers of 

North Wales, an° 840. Gules, a 

Saracen's head erased proper, 

wreathed about the temples argent 

and azure. 
Cadrod Calchevynydd, Earl of North- 
ampton and Lord of Dunstaple. 

Azure, a lion rampant argent. 
Cynwy'dd, Earl of Northampton and 

Lord of Dunstaple. Vert, a chevron 

between three mullets or. 
CoEL Godebog. As No. 34. 
Riryd a/ias Pothan Vlaidd. Argent, 

on a bend vert three wolf's heads 

erased of the field. 
Rirvd Vlaidd, Lord of Penllyn, one of 

the 15 Peers, ob. an° 1108. Vert, 

a chevron between three wolf's heads 

erased argent. 
Rhys ap Gwervstan. Sable, three roses 

argent, barbed and seeded proper. 
Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Gwrgen, Lord of Bryne. Argent, three 

greyhounds courant in pale sable, 

collared or. 
Cynvyn Hirdreff, Lord of Nevyn. 

Azure, three ducal crowns or. 



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Blaidd Rudd, Lord of Gest. Azure, u 
wolf passant argent. 

Sir Alexander Middleton, of Middle- 
ton. Gules, on a bend or, three lions 
passant gardant sable, langued gules. 

DE BouLERS, Lordof Marrington. Argent, 
two Cornish choughs in pale proper. 

Baldwyn, Lord of Diddlebury. Per 
pale, argent and sable, a lion rampant 
counter-changed. 

Lloyd, of Stockton and Bedstone. As 
No. I. 

Sir Griffith Vaughan. As No. 2. 

Griffith ap Beli. As No. 3. 

Brochwel Ysgithrog. As No. 4. 

Beli M.awr. As No. 5. 

Sir Aron ap Rhys. As No. 6. 

Sir Aron ap Rhys. As No. 7. 

Bledrey. As No. 8. 

Cadivor Vawr. As No. 9, 

Seisyllt. As No. 10. 

Meiric. As No. ii. 

Meredydd. As No. 12. 

Llwch Llawen Vawr. As No. 13. 

Griffith ap Cydrych. As No. 14. 

Gwaethvoed. As No. 15. 

GWRYDYR. As No. 16. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Edwin ap Teithwallt. As No. 18. 

Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 

Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 

Beli M.\wr. As No. 5. 

Morfydd verch Inyr. As No. 22. 

Inyr. As No. 23. 

Cadwalader. As No. 24. 

Cadwallon. As No. 25. 

Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 

Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 

Sir Howel. As No. 28. 

Owen Wan. As No. 29. 

Howel Dha. As No. 30. 

Cadell. As No. 31. 

Roderic Mawr. As No. 32. 

Mervyn Frych. As No. 22- 

CoEL Godebog. As No. 34. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Cadell ap Brochwel. As No. ;i6. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

CoNAN Tyndaethwy. As No. 38. 

Idwal Ywrch. As No. 39. 

Cadwalader. As No. 24. 

Cadwallon. As No. 25. 

Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 

Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 

Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 

Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Mervyn. As No. 46. 

Roderic Mawr. As No. 32. 

Mervyn Frych. As No. 33. 

CoEL Godebog. As No. 34. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Cadell ap Brochwel. As No. 36. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 



215- Co>fAN Tyndaethwy. As No. 38. 

216. Idwal Ywrch. As No. 39. 

217. Cadwalader. As No. 24. 

218. Cadwallon. As No. 25. 

219. CUNEDDA WlEDIG. As No. 1 9. 

220. Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 

221. Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

222. CUNEDDA VVlEDIG. As No. 1 9. 

223. Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 

224. Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

225. Rees GrCg. .\s No. 63. 

226. Rhys. As No. 64. 

227. Rees ap Tudor. As No. 65. 

228. Rees ap Tudor. As No. 66. 

229. Tudor the Great. As No. 67. 

230. HowEL Dha. As No. 30. 



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Cadell. As No. 31, 
RoDERic Mawr. As No. 32. 
Mervvn Frych. As No. 33. 

COEL GODEBOG. As No. 34. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Cadell ap Brochwel. As No. 36. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
CoNAN Tyndaethwy. As No. 38. 
Idwal Ywrch. As No. 39. 
Cadwalader. As No. 24. 
Cadwallon. As No. 25. 
Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 
Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 
Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Mervyn. As No. 46. 
Roderic Mawr. As No. 32. 
Mervyn Frych. As No. 33. 
Coel Godebog. As No. 34. 
Beli M.\wr. As No. 5. 
Cadell ap Brochwel. As No. 36. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Conan Tyndaethwy. As No. 38. 
Idwal Ywrch. As No. 39. 
Cadwalader. As No. 24. 
Cadwallon. As No. 25. 
Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 
Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 
Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 
Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 
Allo ap Rywallon. As No. 103. 
Iestvn ap Gwrgant. As No. 104. 
Llowdden. As No. 105. 
Uchtred. As No. 106. 
Edwin ap Grono. As No. 107. 



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Howel Dha. As No. 30. 

Cadell. As No. 31. 

Roderic Mawr. As No. 32. 

Mervyn Frych. As No. ^;i. 

Coel Godebog. As No. 34. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Cadell ap Brochwel. As No. 36. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Conan Tyndaethwy. As No. 38. 

Idwal Ywrch. As No. 39. 

Cadwalader. As No. 24. 

Cadwallon. As No. 25. 

Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 

Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 

Beli Mawr. As. No. 5. 

Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 

Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Mervyn. As No. 46. 

Roderic Mawr. As No. 32. 

Mervyn Frych. As No. 33. 

Coel Godebog. As No. 34. 

Beli Mawr As. No. 5. 

Cadell ap Brochwel. As No. 36. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Conan Tyndaethwy. As No. 38. 

Idwal Ywrch. As No. 39. 

Cadwalader. As No. 24. 

Cadwallon. As No. 25. 

Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 

Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Cunedda Wledig. As No. 19. 

Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Griffith Broughton. As No. 143. 

Madoc. As No. 144. 

WiNSBURY. As No. 145. 

Ednowain ap Bradwen. As No. 146. 

Marchudd. As No. 147. 

Cadrod Calchevynydd. As No. 14S. 

Cynwydd. As No. 149. 

Coel Godebog. As No. 34. 

RiRYDrt//(j'.f PothanVlaidd. As No. 151. 

RiRYD Vlaidd. As No. 152. 

Rhys ap Gwerystan. As No. 153. 

Padarn Peisrudd. As No. 20. 

Beli Mawr. As No. 5. 

Gwrgen. As No 156. 

Cynvyn Hirdreff. As No. 157. 

Blaidd Rudd. As No. 158. 

Sir Alexander Middleton. 

As No. 159. 
DE BOULERS. As No. i6o. 
Baldwvn. As No. 161. 



Extracted from the Records of Her Majesty's College of Anns, London, as witness my hand 
thereat this 22nd of November, i8g4. 



EDWARD BELLASIS. 

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Fac-simile of the Charter, or Warrant of Freedom from Fee and 
Service, granted, 6th July, 7th Henry V., 1419, to leuan ap Griffith ap 
leuan ap Madoc ap Gwenwys, of the Garth, Lord of Guilsfield and 
Broniarth, and his celebrated brother Sir Griffith Vaughan, Knight 
Banneret of Agincourt, Lord of Garth, Broniarth, Gaervavvr, Burgedin, 
Maesmawr, Trawscoed, Trevlydan and Leighton, in Montgomeryshire, 
and Broughton and other lands in Shropshire ; the lineal descendant 
of Brochwel Ysgithrog, King of Powys, and through him 54th, in an 
unbroken male line, from Beli Mawr, King of Britain, as shewn by the 
records of the College of Arms. He was the ancestor of the Lloyds 
of Leighton, of Hope, of Trelystan, of Gungrog, of Criggion Moores 
and Brithin Forest, of Marrington, ALirton and Stockton, of Sylvaen, 
of Trevenant, of Great Hem, of Nantcribba, of The Wood and Munlyn, 
of Rhand)T, of Castellmoch, of Maes Mochnant, of Talgarth, of 
Broniarth, of Gaervawr, of Varchoel, of Burgedin, of Maesmawr, of 
Trawscoed, Lloyds', Baronets, of Moel y Garth, and Wynns of Garth 
(now Myttons, through Dorothy Wynn, heiress of Garth) descended 
from Reginald, 3rd and youngest son of Sir Griffith Vaughan. 

The privileges of this Charter were conferred on the brothers 
leuan and Sir Griffith for their capture, on their ancestral estate at 
Broniarth, of Sir John Oldcastle, Lord Cobham the Lollard. 

The Charter is still extant, and now at Garth, the seat of Captain 
Devereux Herbert Mytton. It is much to be regretted that a recent 
reader of this important record has so discoloured it as to render 
a few words indistinct. A copy was made of it in 1857 (before the 
obliteration) by the Rev. William Valentine Lloyd, M.A., the present 
representative of Sir Griffith Vaughan, and from his MS. it has been 
possible to supply the words now obscure, as follows: — Line 3, "tolas." 
Line 4, "eorum nicmquam pro iillo." Line 5, "facto sen transgressione 
ullo," " perpet-m" "quolibet sine disthictione vivant." Line 6, "fidelitalis 
predidi." Line 7, "nunc ienentur per cos." Line 8, "eortem qualitate." 
Line 9, " quatuor." Line 21, "uncertain." Line 24, "in ppt'm." 
Line 25, "poss." The seal (which has been adopted by the Powys- 
Land Club) is not quite perfect, the edge having been splintered away, 
and the figure in the place of the crest having lost its head. It appears 
to have been a round seal, surrounded by an inscription, probably 
" Sigillum Edivardi de Carkton Domini Pmvisie" of which only the "g" 
in the word sigillum, and " wi " in the word Powisie now remain. The 
shield in the centre is charged with the red lion of Powis — a lion 
rampant, and the supporters seem to be wild men sitting astride of 
lions couchant. 




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EXTRACTED FROM THE RECORDS OF HER MAJESTY'S COLLEGE OF ARMS, LONDON, AS 
WITNESS MY HAND THEREAT THIS 22"'? OF NOV" 1694. 






SIoyD of ^tocfeton in Cfjirburj), to. ^alop* 



Richard Lloyd of Shrewsbury (son of George Lloyd of WelshpooV 
J. P., by Frances his wife, dau. of Richard Henley of Welshpool, 
3rd, but eldest surviving son of Peter Lloyd, joint Lord of Stockton, 
a Manor ante 9 Richard IL 1386, who was 31st in descent from 
Brochwel Ysgithrog, King of Powys, the antagonist of the Saxons, 
who commanded the Britons at the Battle of Chester in 603, and 
through him 63rd in an unbroken ?na/e line from Beli Ma>vr or 
Belinus the Great, King of Britain, as shown by the Records at 
the College of Arms); bapt. at Welshpool 20 May 1766; an 
hereditary burgess of Welshpool; a trustee under the Act 34, 
George IIL, chap. 88, for taking down the old church of St. 
Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, and rebuilding the new church; died 
aged 66, 14 March, bur. at St. Alkmund's 17 March 1832. M.L 



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=Sarah, only surviving dau. of 
Christopher Comyn Higgins 
of Loynton Hall, Norbury, co. 
Stafford (afterwards of Shrews- 
bury), by Jane his wife, dau. 
and coheir of William Billings- 
ley of The Lea, Claverley, co. 
Salop, by Margaret, sister and 
coheir of the late John Cole 
of O.xon Hall and Cole Hall, 
CO. Salop; born at Shrewsbury 
21 June, bapt. at St. Chad's, 
Shrewsbury, 2 July 1766; 
marr. at Shrewsbury in 1792; 
died, aged 52, 18 September, 
bur. at St. Alkmund's 21 
September 1818. M.I. 



Jane, born 25 September, 
bapt. in the parish of St. 
Alkmund's 26 Sept. 1793; 
died, aged 8, i Sept., bur. 
at St. Alkmund's 6 Sept. 
1801. M.L 

Mary, born 6 October, 
bapt. at St. Alkmund's 10 
December 1794. 

Anne, born 31 January, 
bapt. at St. Alkmund's 18 
June 1796. 

Richard Lloyd, born 26 
April, bapt. in the parish 
of St. Alkmund's 27 April 
1798; died unmarried. 



William Lloyd of Parteen Manop 
House, Kilquane, co. Clare, Ire- 
land, and of Charles Street, 
Langham Place, London; born 
at Shrewsbury 8 August, bapt. 
at St. Alkmund's 30 September 
1800; an hereditary burgess 
of Welshpool; died at Mel- 
bourne, Quebec, Canada, aged 
54, 7 February, bur. in the 
Churchyard of St. Ann's, Rich- 
mond, Shipton, Canada East, 9 
February 1855. 



=Jane Fitzgerald, younger dau. and 
coheir of Charles Henry Fitzgerald 
de Beaumont (an ^migr^ noble), by 
Jane his wife, dau. of Captain John 
Banger, 19th Light Dragoons, and 
Aide-de-Camp in 1786 to General 
Sir John Burgoyne, Bart. ; born in 
Birmingham 14 October 1800; 
marr. at St. PhiHp's, Birmingham, 
4 March 1824; died, aged 67, at 
Melbourne, Quebec, Canada, 8 No- 
vember, bur. at St. Ann's, Richmond, 
Shipton, Canada East, II Nov. 1867. 



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Rev. William Valentine Lloyd, R.N., M.A., F.R.G.S., born= 
14 February 1825, publicly bapt. at All Souls', Langham 
Place, London, 31 December 1832 ; educated at Shrewsbury 
School and Trinity College, Dublin ; an hereditary burgess 
of Welshpool; Vicar of Marton, Chirbury, 1856-57, Chaplain 
and Naval Instructor in the Royal Navy from 1857, Rector 
of Haselbech, co. Northampton, 1882; Chaplain to the 
Household of H.R.H. Duke Alfred of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, 
K.G., from 1879 ; Editor of "Collections, Historical and 
Archaeological, of Montgomeryshire," and Author of " The 
Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire." Present representative of the 
line of Lloyd of Leighton, and of Marrington, Marton and 
Stockton — a family of twenty centuries — fully recorded down 
to the present time at the College of Arms. 




=Hon'''' Caroline Amelia Sophia, 
only dau. of John Athelmer 
Aylmer of Melbourne, Canada 
East, Captain R.N., and sister of 
Udolphus, 7th and present Baron 
Aylmer of Balrath, co. Meath, and 
loth Bart., who succeeded to the 
latter dignities on the deaths, with- 
out issue, of his cousins, Lieut.- 
General Lord Aylmer, G.C.B., 
Governor-General of, and Com- 
mander-in-Chief in, Canada (5th 
Baron), and the brother of the 
latter. Admiral Frederick William, 
6th Baron Aylmer, K.C.B. ; Patent 
of precedence as a Baron's daugh- 
ter dated 17 May 1867; born at 
Barton-under-Needwood, co. Staf- 
ford, in 182 1 ; marr. at St. Ann's, 
Richmond, Canada East, 10 April 
1850. 

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Katherine, George Lloyd, =j=Eliza, youngest dau. of John Thomas John Lloyd of Swan Hill 



born 9 Aug. ^ born 2 5 August 

bapt. at St. 1805 ; bapt. at 

Alkmund's St. Alkmund's 

19 October 5 Jan. 1807. 
1802. 



of Garth-Gylynyn-Fawr, Pennant Court, Shrewsbury, born 1 5 

Melangell, co. Montgomery (son of April 18 10, bapt. at St. 

Thomas Thomas, Sheriff of co. Alkmund's 15 January 

Montgomery in 1768); marr. at St. 1811. 
Melangell's, Pennant Valley, 30 =f= 

March 1847. • A\ 



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Jane Fitzgerald, 
born 1 1 March 
1827 ; bapt, at All 
Souls', Langham 
Place, 3 1 Decem- 
ber 1832 ; died, 
aged 1 2, at Parteen 
Manor House, 1 1 
December, bur. in 
the old churchyard 
of Kilquane, co. 
Clare, i3Dec.i839. 

Louisa de Beau- 
mont, born 26 June 
i829;died,aged 13, 
at Parteen Manor 
House, 10 August, 
bur. in the church- 
yard of Kilquane 1 2 
August 1842. 



Henry Crampton Lloyd, joint 
Lord of the Manor of Stockton 
in Chirbury, co. Salop ; bom 
at Charles Street, Langham 
Place, 23 January 1831, bapt. 
at All Souls', Langham Place, 
31 December 1832. He pur- 
chased, 16 July 1891, from the 
representative of Mary, elder 
dau. and coheir of John Lloyd 
of the Wood, the ancient in- 
heritance of Stockton, a portion 
of the extensive estates pos- 
sessed by his ancestors from 
very remote periods, which had 
passed through- the female 
heirs of his family for nearly 
60 years. By this purchase 
it has been restored to the 
male line. 



FYederick Bianchi Lloyd= 
of Oakland, California, 
U.S.A.; born at Charles 
Street, Langham Place, 
18 November, bapt. at 
All Souls', Langham 
Place, 31 December 
1832. 



=Jane, dau. of 
John Kent of 
Brangie, Oxley 
Plains, Victoria, 
Australia, J.P., 
formerly of Port 
Roe, CO. Tip- 
perary ; marr. at 
Oxley Plains 13 
Sept. 1 87 1. 




Zealand Fleetwood, born at 
Christ Church, New Zealand, 
4 May, and died there 4 
June 1872. 

Brochwel Frederick de 
Boulers Lloyd, born at 
Christ Church, New Zealand, 
22 April 1873. 



Violet Jane Gwenllian, born 
at Christ Church, New Zea- 
land, 24 December 1874. 

Maud Minnie Middleton, 
born at Christ Church, New 
Zealand, 8 April 1878. 



John Fermor Charles Lloyd, born at 
Christ Church, New Zealand, 22 May 
1881 ; died there 4 April 1882. 

William Vaughan Broughton Lloyd, 
born at Christ Church, New Zealand, 
18 January 1883. 



Patty Sophia Elizabeth, born at Mel- 
bourne 3 January 1851; died there, 
aged one week, and bur. at St. Ann's, 
Richmond. 



Sophia Louisa, born at Mel- 
bourne 23 December 1852, 
and bapt. at St. Ann's, 
Richmond. 



Emily, born at Melbourne 
5 July 1856, and bapt. at 
St. Ann's, Richmond. 



Charles Westall Lloyd of= 
Bobinawarrah, Oxleyshire, 
Victoria, Australia, J. P.; 
born at Charles Street, 
Langham Place, 3 1 March 
1834. 



=Anne, dau. of 
John Karkeek 
Kirkham of 
Oxley, Victo- 
ria, Australia ; 
marr. at Oxley, 
Victoria, 31 
March 1869. 



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Ada Fitzgerald (twin 
with Emily Jane), born 
8 September 1836; 
died, aged 15, 25 No- 
vember, bur. at St. 
Ann's, Richmond, 
Canada, 29 Nov. 1851. 

Emily Jane (twin with 
Ada Fitzgerald), bom 
8 September 1836; 
marr. at Melbourne, 
Quebec, 16 September 
1865, Robert Duff of 
Millbrook House, 
Melbourne, Canada 
(younger son of John 
Duff of Greenock, 
Scotland); she died at 
Greenock in 1876. 



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Charles Kirkham Lloyd, 
born at Oxley, Victoria, 
16 July 1870. 



Harrj' Herbert de Beaumont Lloyd, born 
at Oxley, Victoria, 31 December 1873. 

Arthur Leslie Lloyd, bom at Oxley, 
Victoria, 15 April 1875. 



Kate Randell, bom at Par- 
teen Manor House 4 Sep- 
tember 1839; died there, 
aged 2, 31 July, bur. at Kil- 
quane, co. Clare, 2 August 
1842. 



Arabella Louisa Kate, bom 
at Parteen Manor House 28 
September 1842; marr. at 
Montreal, Canada, 1 1 Jan- 
uary 1870, Bernard Daniel 
Furniss of Bellevue House, 
Lake Memphremagog, Que- 
bec, Canada, born 13 July 
1839 (eldest son of Albert 
James Fumiss of Bellevue, 
near Sheffield). 



Ernest Winser Lloyd, bom at 
Oxley, Victoria, 4 Nov. 1876. 

Ethel Louisa, bom at Oxley, 
Victoria, 13 April 1878. 




^abage of C{)e arlis, 3Stncitole, 

CO. 



Arms. — Argent, six lioncels rampant sable, three, two, and one, armeJ and langued gules. 
Cresl. — Out of a ducal coronet or, a lion's jambe proper. 
Motto. — A te pro te. 



Thomas Savage of Wolverhampton (3rd son of William Savage of Wolver- 
hampton by Mary (Noake) his wife); born 11 March, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Wolverhampton 20 April 1772; died 26 March, buried at St. John's, 
Wolverhampton, 31 March 1848. A fresco to his memory in the chancel of 
St. Peter's, Wolverhampton. Will dated 25 October 1843, with codicil dated 
8 February 1848; proved in the Principal Registry (720, 48) by William 
and Benjamin Savage, the sons and Exors, 22 September 1848. 




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=Mary Cocker of 
Cannock, the 
widow of Thomas 
Cocker ; died, 
aged 46, 15 Jan- 
uary, bur. at St. 
John's, Wolver- 
hampton, 21 
January 1811. 



William Savage of Wol- 
verhampton, born 1 7 
May, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Wolverhampton, 1 7 July 
1797 ; died 5 May, bur. 
at Penn, co. Stafford, 
9 May 1873. Will dated 
19 April 1870, proved 
in the Principal Regis- 
try (539. 73) .by Isa- 
bella, the relict, and 
Thomas Richard, Exors, 
14 July 1873. 



=Isabella, dau. of Rev. 
John Robinson, D.D. 
Rector of Clifton, co. 
Westmoreland, by 
Mary (Raisbeck) his 
wife ; born at Raven- 
stonedale, co. West- 
moreland, 18 Novem- 
ber, bapt. there 2 De- 
cember 1804 ; bur. at 
Penn 18 December 
1889, aged 85. 



Thomas Savage of Dunsley= 
Manor, Stourbridge, co. 
Worcester ; born 1 8 Sept., 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Wol- 
verhampton, 30 Sept. 1798; 
died atChaddesleyCorbett, 
CO. Worcester, 29 Nov., 
bur. at Cleobury Mortimer, 
CO. Salop, 5 December 1862. 
Will dated 10 October 1S61, 
proved in the Principal 
Registry (112, 63) by John 
Frederick Thurstans and 
Benjamin Savage, the 
Exors, 2 February 1863. 



=Mary Ann, dau. of 
Charles Beddoe ; 
born at Withy Pole 
in the parish of 
Hopton Wafers, 
CO. Salop, 14 Nov. 
1803, and bapt. 
there ; marr. at 
Cleobury Morti- 
mer 28 August 
1830; died, aged 
87, 25 August, 
bur. at Cleobury 
Mortimer 28 Au- 
gust 1 89 1. 



Mary, born i March 
1833, bapt. at St. Pe- 
ter's, Wolverhampton, 
21 July 1840. 



Thomas Savage, born 
16 March 1834, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Wolver- 
hampton, 2 1 July 1 840; 
died 25 April, bur. at 
Penn 27 April 1893. 



John Robinson 
Savage, born 18 
Oct. 1 836; died 
8 August, bur. at 
Penn 13 August 
1880. 

Elizabeth, born 
10 April 1840, 
bapt. at St. Pe- 
ter's, Wolver- 
hampton, 2 1 
July 1840; died 
20 April, bur. at 
Penn 25 April 
.S63. 



Ann, born 29 Nov. 1841, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Wolverhampton 17 
January 1842. 

Isabella, born 19 July 1843, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Wolverhampton, 18 
October 1843 ; marr. at Edgbaston 
Parish Church, 15 April 1875, 
John Stow Stowell of Darlington, 
CO. Durham; born 22 July, bapt. at 
Darlington Parish Church 6 Sep- 
tember 1839; she died 1 6 February, 
and was bur. at the West Cemetery, 
Darlington, 18 February 1876. 



Alice, born 6 Sept. 
1845 : died 10 Au- 
gust, bur. at Penn 
13 August 1887. 



Emily, born 28 
January 1847 ; 
died 1 3 December, 
bur. at Penn 18 
December 1889. 



Anne, eldest dau., marr. 
at St. Peter's, Wolver- 
hampton, 19 April 1827, 
John Robins of Dunsley 
Hall, in the Parish of 
Kinver (son of Benjamin 
Robins and Sarah his 
wife) ; bapt. at Old Swin- 
ford 3 March 1 790; died 
12 July, bur. at Enville, 
CO. Stafford, 17 July 
1865, M.I. ; she died 8 
February, bur. at Enville 
12 February 1874. M.I. 



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Mary, 2nd dau., born 
28 June 1803 ; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Wol- 
verhampton, 22 July 
1824, William Cooke 
of Wolverhampton, 
surgeon, who died at 
Brewood,co.Stafrord, 
and bur. at St. John's, 
Wolverhampton ; she 
died 6 Sept. 1872, 
and was bur. at St. 
John's, Wolverhamp- 
ton. 



Benjamin Savage of= 
Wolverhampton, born 6 
April, bapt. 15 May 
1809; died 18 August, 
bur. in Penn Church- 
yard 21 August 1876. 
A memorial window in 
Penn Church. Will 
dated 23 December 
1 87 1, proved at Litch- 
field 28 August 1876. 




=Anne, dau. of Francis 
Wood Smallwood of 
Wolverhampton, by 
Elizabeth his wife ; 
born 20 July, bapt. 
4 August 181 1 ; 
marr. at Penn 8 May 
1834; died 28 June, 
bur. at Penn 2 July 
1886. 



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Benjamin Savage= 
of Tettenhall, co. 
Stafford, born 4 
March, bapt. at 
Kinver, near 

Stourbridge, co. 
Worcester, 2 Apr. 
1835- 



^Frances Webster, 
2nd dau. of ^Vil- 
liam Scott of 
Great Tower St., 
London; born 30 
August 1838; 
bapt. at St. Dun- 
Stan's in the 
East, London ; 
marr. at St. Sa- 
viour's, South 
Hampstead, 6 
June 1868. 



Anne Elizabeth, born 2 1 August, bapt. at 
St. George's, Wolverhampton 15 Sep- 
tember 1836 ; marr. at Penn, 4 Septem- 
ber 1890, Rev. Charles Henry Cole 
Webb of Queen's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 1 1 October 1 860, aged 1 8 ; 
Huyshe Exhibitioner; Prize from Prince 
Consort, 1856; Domestic Chaplain to 
George, 9th Lord Kinnaird, 1870, Vicar 
of Pensnett, co. Stafford, 1876-83, Vicar 
of Penn, 1883 (eldest son of Charles 
Knighton Webb of Southernhay, Exeter, 
by his wife Lucy Elizabeth Gamble, dau. 
of Charles Knighton, Commander R.N.); 
born 4 August, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Exeter, 13 September 1842. In direct 
descent maternally from William of 
Wykeham, and Stephen Weston, Lord 
Bishop of Exeter. 



Mary, born 4 
March, bapt. at 
St. George's, 
Wolverhampton, 
31 March 1838; 
marr. at Penn, 
I May 1866, 
Thomas Wil- 
liamsHaslehust, 
M.R.C.S., of 
Claverley, co. 
Salop ; born 1 6 
October, bapt. 
at Claverley 26 
October 1835. 

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Thomas Savage,= 
M.D., of Birming- 
ham, and of The 
Ards, Knowle, co. 
Warw.; F.R.C.S., 
M.R.C.P. Lond, 
Professor of Gy- 
naecology in the 
Mason College 
at Birmingham ; 
born 1 1 October, 
bapt. at St. 
George's, Wolver- 
hampton 7 No- 
vember 1839. 



=Mary Jane, 
eldest dau.of 
John Hunt 
Gosling of 
Richmond, 
CO. Surrey; 
born26Nov. 
1842 ; bapt. 
at the Par- 
ish Church, 
Richmond ; 
marr. at St. 
Matthias', 
Richmond, 
15001.1864. 



Elizabeth Frances, born 
13 January, bapt. at St. 
George's, Wolverhampton, 
I February 1841 ; died 2 
May, bur. at St. John's, 
Wolverhampton, 6 May 
1841. 



Francis Smallwood Savage, 
born 31 May, bapt. at St. 
George's, Wolverhampton, 
22 June 1842; died 19 Oct. 
1842, and bur. at St. John's, 
Wolverhampton. 



Elizabeth Frances, born 20 Nov., 
bapt. at St. George's, Wolverhamp- 
ton, 13 Dec. 1843 > marr. at Penn, 
14 Oct. 1880, as his 2nd wife, 
Alexander Barnett of Buxton, 
CO. Derby, who died 28 Sept., 
bur. at Buxton 2 Oct. 1884; she 
died 5 August, bur. at Buxton 
10 August 1885. 

Alice Jane, born 27 Dec. 1844, 
bapt. at St. George's, Wolverhamp- 
ton, 19 Jan. 1845; died 23 May, 
bur. at St. John's, Wolverhampton, 
31 May 1845. 



Edith Mary, born 2 Feb., bapt. at 
St. Martin's, Birmingham, 12 
March 1 866 ; marr. at Knowle 
Parish Church, 16 August 1894, 
Edward Howard Balden of Edg- 
baston (eldest son of Samuel 
Balden of Birmingham); born at 
Acock's Green 26 June, bapt. at 
Hall Green Church, co. Warwick, 
20 November 1864. 



Arthur Thomas Savage, born 
24 May, bapt. at St. Martin's, 
Birmingham, 26 August 1867; 
of Caius College, Cambridge, 
matriculated October 1885, 
B.A. 1891. 

Gertrude Elizabeth, born 24 
October 1868, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Sparkbrook, co. 
Warwick, 13 Jan. 1869. 



Ernest Smallwood Savage, 
born 9 Dec. 1869, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Sparkbrook, 2 
Feb. 1870 ; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated October 
1887, B.A. 1890. 

Ethel Maude, born 17 Jan., 
bapt. at Christ Church, Spark- 
brook, 26 April 187 1. 



Francis Samuel= 
Savage, of Tet- 
tenhall, co. 
Stafford ; born 
1 8 March, bapt. 
at St. George's, 
Wolverhamp- 
ton, 7 April 
1846; died 6 
March, bur. at 
Tettenhall 1 1 
March 1893. 



=Mary, dau. of 
William Prior 
Johnson of Gt. 
Baddow, co. 
Essex ; marr. at 
WealdChurch, 
CO. Essex, 29 
August 1872. 



Lucy Jane, born 30 Nov., bapt. 
at St. George's, Wolverhampton, 
23 Dec. 1847, marr. at Penn 
8 August 1872, Thomas Gatis 
of Wolverhampton; born 27 
April, bapt. at St. Peter's, Wol- 
verhampton, 7 June 1847. 



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Jessie Agnes, born 28 Feb., 
bapt. at St. George's, Wolver- 
hampton, 4 April 1850; died 
II April, bur. at Penn 14 April 
1892. 



Fanny Smallwood, born 7 June 
1 85 1, bapt. at St. George's, 
Wolverhampton, 1 1 March 
1852 ; marr. at St. George's, 
Llandudno, 25 October 1881, 
John Thomas O'Connell of 
Cork, Ireland, who was bur. at 
St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery, 
Birmingham, 5 April 1886; she 
died 23 July, bur.at St. Joseph's 
Cemetery, Birmingham, 26 
July 1889. 



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Igaisticn of iSroalitoater, 
(0. ^usisef. 



\\'illiani Wisden (son of \Villiam= 
Wisden by Sarah Stedman his 
wife); born at Patcham, co. Sussex, 
II September 1781 ; died at Hen- 
field, CO. Sussex, aged 78, 14 
December, bur. there 30 December 

1859. Will dated 22 April 1852, 
proved at Chichester 28 April 

1 860, by Thomas Wisden of Bog- 
nor, the sole Exor. 



=Ann, dau. of William 
Homewood of Plump- 
ton, CO. Sussex ; born at 
Plumpton I October 
1781 ; marr. there 18 
February 1805 ; died at 
Henfield, aged 6r, 10 
January, bur. there 16 
January 1843. 



Arms on record in the College of 
Arms. — Per fess gules and argent, a 
pale with three falcons' heads close 
belled and jessed, 2 and I, and as many 
quatre-foils, i and 2, all counter- 
changed. 

Crest. — A falcon close belled and 
jessed argent, holding in beak a trefoil 
slipped vert between two roses gules, 
leaved and slipped proper. 



William Wisden, born at Henfield= 
25 March 1806; ( the following entry 
occurs in the Parish Register : "Bap- 
tized, as his parents state, some time 
in May, but his name 7vas omitted to 
be registered, it is therefore inserted 
this 12 day of December 18^7, by me, 
Charles Dunlop, Curate); died at 
Oxted, CO. Surrey, aged 66, 12 April, 
bur. at Henfield 18 April 1872. Will 
dated 25 March 1 861, proved in the 
Principal Registry 10 May 1872, by 
Sarah Wisden of Oxted, the relict 
and sole Exor. 



=Sarah, dau. of George 
Webber of Cuckfield, 
CO. Sussex ; born at 
Cuckfield in August 
1809 ; died at Oxted, 
aged 67, 18 Septem- 
ber, bur. at Hayward's 
Heath, co. Sussex, 25 
September 1876. 



William Wisden, born at=i=Susanna, dau. of John Brand 



Oxted 13 January, bapt. 
there 4 June 1846. 



of Westerham, co. Kent ; born 
at Westerham 2 February 
185 1 ; marr. at St. Dunstan's 
in the East, London, 12 Jan. 
1871. 



Anne Emma, born at Oxted 16 Febru- 
ary, bapt. there 6 July 1843; died 
unmarr. at Brighton, aged 21, i June, 
bur. at Henfield 8 June 1864. 



William Wisden, born at 
Kingsland, London, 24 
March 1872. 

Emma Susie, born at 
Newington, London, 25 
December 1873, bapt. as 
an adult at Blechingley, 
CO. Surrey, 21 May 1892. 



Charles Thomas Wisden, born at 
Camberwell, London, 2 July 1876; 
died at Peckham 19 June, bur. at 
Forest HillCemetery25 Junei877. 

John Brand Wisden, born at Cam- 
betwell 30 August 1877. 

Gertrude Maud, born at Wester- 
ham 6 October 1879. 



Frederick Wisden, born at Wes- 
terham 15 October 1881. 

Henry Webber Wisden, born at 
Blechingley, co. Surrey, 28 Au- 
gust 1887. 

Ralph Wisden, born at Bleching- 
ley 4 October i88g. 



Ann Baley, dau. of= 
William Faulconer of 
Shermanbury, co. 
Sussex; marr. at St. 
Pancras, London, 25 
December 1832 ; died 
at 125 Western Road, 
Brighton, aged 54, 20 
May, bur. at Easter- 
gate, CO. Sussex, 24 
May 1864 ; remains 
removed to Henfield 
8 December 1871. 
I St wife. 



=ThomasWisdenof Mowstows Manor, = 
Henfield; born at Henfield 25 June, 
bapt. there 24 July 1 808 ; died at Hen- 
field, aged 63, 2 December, bur. there 
9 December 1871. Will dated 28 
February 1865, with codicil dated 5 
November 187 1; provedat Chichester 
16 January 1872, by Thomas Faul- 
coner Wisden of Broadwater, the son, 
and Robert Stephen Faulconer of 
Fairlawn, Clarence Road, Clapham, 
the Exors. 



=Anne Agnes, 3rd dau. of Rev. 
Edward Mansel Miller of St. John's, 
Bognor, CO. Sussex; born 26 July 
1827 ; marr. at South Bersted, co. 
Sussex, 28 February 1S65 (marr. 
settlement dated 2 7 February 1865, 
Trustees, Robert Stephen Faul- 
coner of Walworth, co. Surrey, and 
Edward Mansel Miller of Croydon, 
CO. Surrey); died at 12 Sillwood 
Place, Brighton, aged 59, 30 July, 
bur. at Henfield 4 August 1886. 
2nd wife. 



Caroline Anna, youngest dau. and= 
coheir of Lieut. Colonel Cornelius 
Cuyler Philip Mair of Bognor ; born 
at Bognor 25 June 1840, and bapt. 
the same day ; marr. at South Bersted 
II March i860 (marr. settlement 
dated 10 April i860. Trustees, Cor- 
nelius Cuyler Philip Mair, "late of 
H.M. 99th and 20th Regiments, but 
now of Bognor, co. Sussex," Eardley 
Nicholas Hall of Brighton, Rev. 
Robert Lawson of Offenham, co. 
Worcester, and Robert Upperton, 
J un'', of Brighton; died at Broadwater 
22 December, bur. in the cemetery 
there 28 December 1869. ist wife. 



=Thomas Faulconer= 
Wisden of Broad- 
water, CO. Sussex, 
Lieut.-Colonel, late 
of the 4th Battalion 
Royal Sussex Regt. 
(Militia); J. P. and 
D.L for CO. Sussex; 
High Sheriff of Sus- 
sex 1887 ; born at 
Brighton 3 April 
«835- 



=Edith Isabel, dau. of Robert Moseley 
Thomas of Calcutta, by Henrietta his 
wife, dau. of David (and Joanna) 
Bryce, Captain Hon. East India 
Company's Service ; born at Alipore, 
East Indies, 31 January 1850; marr. 
at Broadwater 15 August 1872 (marr. 
settlement dated 15 August 1872, 
Trustees, Robert Upperton, Jun'', of 
Brighton, William John Harris of 
Church House, Heene, Worthing, 
and Frederick Charles Louis Rasch 
of Lloyd's, Royal Exchange, Lon- 
don.) 2nd wife. 



Maud Annie Margaret, 
born at Eastdome 
House, Bognor, 1 1 June, 
bapt. at the Parish 
Church there 13 July 
1861 ; marr. at Broad- 
water 5 August 1 89 1, to 
Launcelot William Ry- 
ton Andrews, M.D.(son 
of Rev. William Ryton 
Andrews of Teffont 
Ewyas, Salisbury, by 
Marian his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Hare) ; born 
at Longditton, co. 
Surrey, i March, bapt. 
there 27 March 1864. 
Marr. settlement dated 
4 Aug. 1891, Trustees, 
Henry Sketchley Bacon 
of Brighton, CO. Sussex, 
William John Wisden 
of Lewes, co. Sussex, 
John Westlake of The 
River House, Chelsea 
Embankment, London, 
Q.C., and Arthur West- 
lake Andrews of Tef- 
font, near Salisbury. 



Lilian Mair, born at 12 Sill- 
wood Place, Brighton, 18 Sept., 
bapt. at St. Paul's, Brighton, 16 
October 1862; marr. at Broad- 
water, 17 July 1884, to Henry 
Millett NichoUs, Captain 4th 
Batt. Cheshire Regt. Militia 
(son of Rev. Henry George 
Nicholls, by Caroline Maria 
his wife, dau. of Solomon 
Nicholls); born at Holy Trinity 
Parsonage, Forest of Dean, co. 
Gloucester, 7 June, at 3 a.m., 
and bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Forest of Dean, 19 July 1863. 
Marr. settlement dated 1 6 July 
1884, Trustees, Thomas Faul- 
coner Wisden of Broadwater, 
Robert Upperton of Pavilion 
Buildings, Brighton, William 
Holland Ballett Fletcher of 
Bersted Lodge, Bognor, and 
Ernest Henry Blaker of 
Worthing. 



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(See Nicholls Pedigree, Vol II., 
page si). 



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Ida Caroline Blanche, 
born at 125 Western 
Road, Brighton, 6 
March, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Brighton, 19 
April 1864; marr. at 
Broadwater, 29 De- 
cember 1 89 1, to John 
Comber of Eccles, 
near Manchester (son 
of Edward Comber 
of Myddleton Hall, 
CO. Lancaster, by 
Eleanor his wife, dau. 
and coheir of John 
Oldham) ; born at 
Liverpool 19 August 
1859. Marr. settle- 
ment dated 28 Dec. 
1 891, Trustees, Henry 
Sketchley Bacon of 
Brighton, co. Susse.x, 
Solicitor, William John 
Wisden of Lewes, co. 
Sussex, George Com- 
ber of Manchester, 
Merchant, and Ed- 
ward Comber of 
Liverpool, Merchant. 



Ethel M'^Gregor, 
born at Broadwater 
23 August, bapt. 
there 21 October 
1865. 



Thomas Faulconer 
MairWisden, Lieut. 
2nd Batt. the Royal 
Sussex Regt. ; born 
at Broadwater 27 
November 1866, 
bapt. there 30 Jan- 
uary 1867. 



William John Wis- 
den, born at Broad- 
water 13 July, bapt. 
there 23 August 
1868. 



Frederick Wisden, 
born at Broad- 
water 13 December 
1869, bapt. there 
13 January 1870. 



Mary Ann, born at 
Henfield 6 July, 
bapt. there lo July 
i8io;marr. at Hen- 
field, i6 June 1836, 
John Young ; she 
died in February 
1887, bur. at Bow, 
London. 



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George Wisden, born at= 
Henfield 7 October 1814, 
bapt. there 30 April 1815; 
died at Nuthurst, co. Sus- 
sex,aged 56, 7 November, 
bur. there 11 November 
1870. Adinon granted, 15 
April 1 87 1, to Elizabeth 
Wisden of St. James' 
Street, Brighton, widow, 
the relict. 



Nicholas Wisden, 
born at Henfield 26 
October, bapt. there 
22 November 1812; 
died at Henfield, 
aged 14, 6 Decem- 
ber, bur. there 1 1 
December 1826. 



^Elizabeth, dau. of 
Moses Mason of 
Nuthurst; born 24 
December 1820, 
bapt. at Nuthurst 
6 February 1821, 
marr. there 8 Sep- 
tember 1836. 



Eliza, born at Henfield 13 
June, bapt there 6 July 
181 7; marr. at Henfield, 
22 April 1837, Adolphus 
Caudle, born in 181 1; 
died at Henfield, aged 51, 
3 January, bur. there 9 
January 1862; she died at 
Henfield, aged 73, ro 
April, bur. there 14 April 
1891. 



Elizabeth Sarah Ann, born at Nuthurst 
15 August, bapt. there 23 September 
1837 ; marr. at Nuthurst, 22 March 
1864, Thomas Ansell (son of Allen 
Ansell of Cowfold, co. Sussex); she died 
at Nuthurst, aged 50, 29 August, bur. 
there i September 1887. 



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Charles Wisden, born at 
Henfield 29 November, 
1820, bapt. there the 
same day. 



Emma, born at Brighton 7 April 1837 ; marr. at St. Nicholas', 
Brighton, 2 October 1S63, as his 2nd wife, Henry Hopkins 
of Worthing, co. Sussex (son of John and Isabella Hopkins); 
born at Reigate, co. Surrey, bapt. at the Parish Church there 
17 July 1801 ; (marr. settlement dated 2 October 1863, 
Trustees, Thomas Faulconer Wisden of Bognor, and Robert 
Stephen Faulconer of Walworth, co. Surrey) ; he died at 
Worthing Lodge, aged 80, 27 July, bur. at Brighton 
Cemetery i August 1881. Will dated 30 July 1866, with 
a codicil dated i December 1880 ; proved in the Principal 
Registry, 17 October 1881, by John Clutton of 10 Serjeant's 
Inn, Fleet Street, London, the Rev. Edward Alfree of 
Narborough, co. Norfolk, and Thomas Faulconer Wisden 
of the Warrren, Broadwater, three of the Exors. Double 
Probate in the Principal Registry granted, 20 January 1882, 
to James Henry George Pierson. 

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Caroline Mary, born at Brighton 
22 July 1840 ; died unmarr. at 
12 Sillwood Place, Brighton, 
aged 23, 7 November, bur. at 
Eastergate 12 November 1863; 
remains removed to Henfield 8 
December 1871. 



Anne Baley, born at Mowstows, 
Henfield, 19 June 1846; died at 
Eastdome House, Bognor, aged 
9, 6 April, bur. at Eastergate 
14 April 1856 ; remains removed 
to Henfield 8 December 187 1. 



Frank Thomas Wisden, born at 
Broadwater 4 August, bapt. there 
9 September 1873. 

Arthur Patrick Wisden, born at 
Broadwater 17 March, bapt. there 
14 April 1875. 

Gladys Edith Henrietta, born at 
Broadwater 23 October, bapt. there 
9 December 1876. 

Hilda Kathleen, born at Broad- 
water 3 July, bapt. there. 2 August 
1878. 



Robert Eric Bryce Wisden, 
born at Broadwater 8 August, 
bapt. there 28 September 
1880. 

Muriel Grace Isabel, born at 
Broadwater 12 May, bapt. 
there 15 June 1882. 

Lyon Harington Faulconer 
Wisden, born at Broadwater 
3 December 1883, bapt. there 
21 January 1884. 



Estelle Frances Lethbridge, 
born at Broadwater 5 June, 
bapt. there 11 August 1885. 

Albert Victor Wisden, born 
at Broadwater, 6 July, bapt. 
there 20 August 1887. 

Vera Mildred Campbell, 
born at Broadwater 28 May, 
bapt. there 29 August 1889. 



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^oung of ^alcombe, ^cut!) Bebon. 

Arms. — Lozengy bendy, argent and gules, a chevron azure. 

Crest. — A stag's head erased or, with an arrow sable lodged in the antlers, 

barbed or, feathered argent. 
Motto. — Deus alit eos. 



Rev. Thomas Chilton Lambton Young of Emmanuel College, Cam-= 
bridge, B.A. 1791, M.A. 1794, Domestic Chaplain to James, 5th 
Earl of Cardigan; Rector of Cranoe, co. Leicester, 1808, Rector of 
Dodbrooke, co. Devon, 1817 (son of Robert Young of Chiswick by 
Dorothy his wife, dau. and heiress of Robert Chilton of Little Chilton 
in the parish of Houghton le Spring, co. Durham) ; born at Turn- 
ham Green 5 October (according to entry in the family Bible), 
bapt. at Chiswick 16 October 1769 ; died at Dodbrooke 21 August, 
bur. in the Chancel of Dodbrooke Church 26 August 1826. M.L 




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=Margaret Louisa, dau. of 
Captain Daniel D'Abbadie 
of the Hon"= East India 
Company's Service, and a 
Brother of Trinity House, 
by Theresa his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Delacour ; born 
at St. Olave's, Hart Street, 
London, 29 March 1775; 
marr. at Richmond, co. 
Surrey, 29 May 1799; died 
at Newton Abbot, co. 
Devon, 8 August, bur. at 
Wolborough, co. Devon, 
13 August 1859. 



Rev. Thomas Lambton Young of Emmanuel College, = 
Cambridge ; Domestic Chaplain to 28th and 29th 
Barons Kingsale; Rector of Stockleigh Pomeroy, co. 
Devon; born at Richmond, and bapt. there 26 February 
1800; died at Stockleigh Pomeroy 16 November, bur. 
there 21 November 1854. 




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=Sophia, dau. of William 
Page of Millbrook, co. 
Hants, by Penelope his 
wife, dau. of Francis and 
Ann Phillips ; born at 
Chiswick 4 August, bapt. 
there 30 August 1796; 
marr. at Millbrook 25 
August 1825 ; died in 
London 26 June, bur. at 
Brompton Cemetery 4 
July 1870. 



Theresa, born 
16 May, bapt. 
at Richmond 
9 June 1802, 
and bur. there 
3 July in the 
same year. 



Charles Frederick Trelawney Young, Civil 
Engineer, M.S.E., M.LN.A., M.M.E. ; born 
at Kingsbridge, co. Devon, 12 September, 
bapt. at Dodbrooke 25 September 1826; 
marr., near St. Malo, Kate, dau. of Patrick 
Davitt. Engaged with Scott Russell in the 
construction of the " Great Eastern " Steam- 
ship and other works. 




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Joseph Hayne Lambton= 
Young, Civil Engineer, 
M.S.E., Captain 2nd or 
South Middlesex Volun- 
teer Rifles from formation 
of Regiment ; several years 
Hon. -Lieut. Royal Naval 
Artillery; born at Gal- 
ampton. South Huish, co. 
Devon, 20 May, bapt. at 
South Huish 18 June 
1830. Engaged with Scott 
Russell in the construc- 
tion of the "Great Eastern" 
Steamship, then with T. 
Page, on the construction of 
Westminster Bridge, Albert 
Suspension Bridge, and 
other works. 



=Julia, dau. of Ed- 
ward Lodge Ogle, 
M.R.C.S., by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. 
of Joseph Mitchell 
Woodyear; born at 
Cassell, in Flanders, 
13 June 1833, bapt. 
privately there; marr. 
at St. Mary Cray, co. 
Kent, 7 Dec. 1876. 
She marr. ist, at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, 26 Nov. 
1857, James Stan- 
ley Christian, M.D., 
of Brompton, co. 
Midd., born at Sligo, 
Ireland, i May 18 14. 



Frederick Charles Chilton Young, born at New Darcey Thomas Lambton Young, born at New 
Cross, CO. Surrey, 1863. Cross 21 May 1874. 

Ada Louisa Lambton, born at New Cross 17 Sophia Catharine Julia, born at New Cross 12 
July 1868. March 1878. 

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Mary, born at Richmond 20 
April 1803, bapt. at Rich- 
mond 12 June 1804; marr. 
I St, Daniel Sparshott, Pay- 
master and Purser R.N., who 
died at Walmer, co. Kent, i 
April, and was bur. there 6 
April 1845. She marr. 2ndly, 
at Hea\itree, near Exeter, co. 
Devon, 18 March 1849, John 
Woolley of Launceston, co. 
Cornwall, who died at Has- 
tings 18 April 1890. She died 
6 June, and was bur. at Laun- 
ceston II June 1 86 1. 



Anna, born at 
Richmond 26 
January, bapt. 
there 27 January 
1805 ; died at 
Richmond 3 

June, and bur. 
in the cemetery 
there 8 June 
1806. 

Louisa, born at 
Richmond 23 
August, bapt. 
there 24 August 
1806. 



Sidney, born at 
Richmond 2 2 April, 
bapt. there 15 May 
1 808 ; marr. at Dod- 
brooke 28 March 
1827, Henry Young 
of Dodbrooke, her 
I St cousin (son of 
Rev. George Chilton 
Lambton Young, 
M.A. of King's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, 
by Sophia Palmer 
his wife) ; born 8 
May, bapt. at Iver, 
CO. Bucks, 25 May 
1804. 



Emma, born at Richmond 
10 April, bapt. there 23 
April 18 10; died at Rich- 
mond 7 September, bur. 
there 12 September 181 1. 

Margaret, born at Rich- 
mond 14 June 1813, bapt. 
there 26 July 1814 ; died 
at Dawlish, co. Devon, 2 
July, bur. in the cemetery 
there 8 July 1884. AdiSon 
granted 19 August 1884, 
at Exeter, to Louisa Young 
of DawUsh, spinster, the 
sister and next of kin. 



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Arthur Young, 
born at Rich- 
mond 12 Feb., 
bapt. there 16 
February 1 81 2; 
marr. Miss 
Piatt ; he died 
at Plymouth 9 
June, bur. 

there 14 June 
1885. 



Edmund Young, born= 
at Richmond 1 1 April, 
bapt. there 5 October 
1 8 1 5 ; died at Steyning, 
CO. Sussex, 3 March, 
bur. there 8 March 
1886. Will dated 13 
August 1863, proved 
at Chichester 8 April 
1886 by Elizabeth 
Young of Steyning, 
widow, the relict and 
sole Extrix. 



■Elizabeth, dau. of 
John Cheeseman, 
born at Steyning 
19 August, bapt. 
there 3 October 
181 5 ; marr. at 
Steyning 1 7 Jan- 
uary 1845. 



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Charlotte Dorothy 
Jane, born at Dod- 
brooke, 3 August 
1817; marr. War- 
ren Jane, M.D., 
of Tintern, co. 
Monmouth. She 
died at Newton 
Abbot, CO. Devon, 
15 August, bur. at 
Wolborough, co. 
Devon, 20 August 
1875- 



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John Charles 
Young, born at 
Dodbrooke 23 
May 18 1 8, bapt. 
there 7 July 
1820 ; marr. 
Sophia Griffiths, 
who was born 
and bur. in Aus- 
tralia ; he died 
at Bishop's Wal- 
tham, CO. Hants, 
19 May, bur. 
there 23 May 
1892. 



John Cheeseman Young, born 
14 April 1847 ; died at Steyn- 
ing 16 October, bur. there 
22 October 1859. 



Sophia, born at Salcombe 
7 August, bapt. there 3 
September 1834; died at 
Salcombe, bur. at Mal- 
borough, CO. Devon, 12 
August 1838. M.L 



Catherine Barter, born 
at Salcombe 3 August 
1836, bapt. at Mal- 
borough 15 April 1838; 
died 3 March, bur. at 
Brompton Cemetery 7 
March 1879. 



Caroline Julia Ann, born at Salcombe 
28 November, bapt. at Malborough 
3 March 1838; marr. at St. Pancras, 
London, 22 December 1882, Robert Kerr, 
M.R.LB.A., Professsor of Architecture at 
King's College, London, District Surveyor 
for Parish of St. James', Piccadilly; born 
in Aberdeen 17 January 1823. 



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CO* Lancaster. 



^rms on record in the College of 
Amis. — Ermine, on a cross en- 
grailed between four lions ram- 
pant gules, a tilting spear erect or, 
and four bezants. 

Crest. — A leopard sejant, sable, 
bezantee, gorged with a collar ar- 
gent, resting the dexter fore-paw 
on a pheon or. 

Motto. — Semper paratus. 



Clement Royds of Falinge and Green- 
hill, Rochdale, J. P. and D.L. for 
counties of York and Lancaster, High 
Sheriff for Lancashire 1850 (eldest son 
of James Royds of Falinge, J. P. and 
D.L., by Mary his wife, dau. of Charles 
Smith of Summer Castle, near Roch- 
dale) ; born at Falinge 8 October, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Rochdale, 17 November 
1785; died, aged 68, 6 September, bur. 
in the chancel of the Rochdale Parish 
Church 13 September 1854. M.L 




=Jane, only dau. of 
Charles Hudson of 
Shaw Hill, co. York, 
J. P. and D.L., by 
Jane his wife, only 
dau. of John Watson 
of South Hiendly, 
Felkirk, co. York ; 
born 16 January, bapt. 
at Parish Church, Hali- 
fax, CO. York, 30 April 
178S ; marr. there 10 
December 18 10; died 
at Cheltenham, aged 
65, 16 February, bur. 
in the chancel of 
the Rochdale Parish 
Church 22 February 
1853. M.L 

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Susan Eliza, only child= 
and heiress of Robert 
Nuttall of Kempsey 
House, Worcester, by 
Susan Anne his wife, dau. 
of Rev. Randle Andrews, 
Vicar of Ormskirk, co. 
Lane. ; born at Slaughter 
Court, Powick, Worces- 
ter, 13 March, bapt. at 
Powick 1 8 March 182 1 ; 
marr. at Kempsey, co. 
Worcester, 5 March 
1839; died at Brighton 
21 August, bur. in St. 
Cleinent's Churchyard, 
Spotland, co. Lane, 29 
August 1869. ist wife. 



=Albert Hudson Royds of Falinge, Rochdale, and= 
Ellerslie, Great Malvern, J. P. and D.L. for 
counties of Lancaster and Worcester, High 
Sheriff of co. Worcester 1865, late Captain Duke 
of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry; born 11 Sep- 
tember 181 1, bapt. at St. Mary's, Rochdale, 2 
January 181 2; died at Brownhill, Rochdale, aged 
79, 17 January, bur. at Christ Church, Healey, 
CO. Lane, 22 January 1890. Will dated i May 
1888, proved at Manchester by Edmund Albert 
Nuttall Royds of Ellerslie, Great Malvern, the 
son and sole Eiior. 




^Christiana, dau. of 
Joseph Brook of 
Huddersfield by 
Anne his wife, dau. 
of Samuel Turner ; 
born 25 December 
1 810, bapt. at Hud- 
dersfield Parish 
Church 21 January 
1 8 1 1 ; marr. at El- 
lerslie, Great Mal- 
vern, by special 
licence 3 April 
1878; died I Sept., 
bur. at Christ Ch., 
Healey, 4 Sept. 
1894. 2nd wife.. 



Clement Robert Nuttall Beswicke-Royds of Fyke House,= 
Rochdale, late Lieutenant 4th Dragoon Guards, Captain 3rd 
Battalion (Militia) East Lancashire Regiment ; born 3 January, 
bapt. at St. Clement's, Spotland, 25 March 1840. Assumed, 
by Royal Licence dated 19 July 1869, for himself and issue 
the additional surname and arms of Beswicke. 



=Mary Alice Gibson, only child 
and heir of John Halliwell 
Beswicke, J. P., of Pyke House, 
Littleborough, co. Lane, by 
Maria his wife, dau. of Henry 
Wilkinson of Montford, co. 
Lane. ; born i March 1840, 
and bapt. at Littleborough ; 
marr. there 9 May 1867. 



Clement Halliwell Beswicke-Royds, 
born 5 February, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Littleborough, 9 March 1868. 



Emma, born lo March, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Rochdale, 1 9 May 1 8 1 3 ; 
marr. at St. Chad's, Rochdale, 1 1 
October 1836, John Bentley of 
Birch House, co. Lane, and of 
36 Portland Place, London, J. P. 
and D.L. for the counties of Mid- 
dlesex, Westminster, and Lancaster 
(son of John Bentley of Birch 
House, by Ellen his wife, dau. of 
Richard Lomax of Lomax Fold, 
Harwood) ; born 11 April 1797; 
he died, aged 81, 4 February, bur. 
at Harwood Church 8 February 
1879 ; she died, aged 72, 28 No- 
vember, bur. at Harwood Church 
3 December 1885. 



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Edmund Royds, Captain in the 
14th Light Dragoons; born 25 
September, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Rochdale, 9 December 1814; died 
at Avignon, France, 27 March, 
bur. there 29 March 1838 



William Edward Royds of Green- 
hill, Rochdale, and of Danehill 
Park, CO. Sussex, Captain in 
Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeo- 
manry Cavalry ; born 10 April, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Rochdale, 
14 August 1817; died at Green- 
hill 10 January, bur. in St. 
Clement's Churchyard, Spot- 
land, 14 January 1871. Will 
dated 10 January 1871 with 
codicil same date, proved in the 
Principal Registry by Clement 
Molyneux Royds of Greenhill, 
Rochdale, the son, and Thomas 
Lancaster of Bownham House, 
Stroud, CO. Gloucester, the 
Exors. 




=Mary Ann, eldest dau. of 
Anthony Molyneux of 
Newsham House, West 
Derby, co. Lanes., by 
Frances his wife, dau. of 
John Blayds (formerly 
Calverley) of Oulton Hall, 
CO. York ; born 28 July, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Liver- 
pool, 30 August 1814; 
marr. at St Mary's, Wal- 
ton, CO. Lane, 10 June 
1841 ; died at Danehill 
Park 20 August, bur. in 
St. Clement's Church- 
yard, Spotland, 28 August 
1869. 



Susan Jane, born 27 June, bapt. at 
St. Clement's, Spotland, 10 August 
1843 ; marr. at Abbey Church, Mal- 
vern, 26 September 1872, Henry 
Scales Scobell of The Abbey Per- 
shore, co. Worcester, Captain Scots 
Greys, J. P. and D.L. for co. Wor- 
cester, High Sheriff 1872 (son of 
Captain Edward Scobell, R.N., of 
Poltair, CO. Cornwall, by his wife 
Anne Collins); he died 26 April, bur. 
at Pershore i May 1873 ; she died 6 
Jan., bur. at Christ Church, Healey 
13 Jan. 1878. He marr. firstly in 
1854, Catherine Sarah Jenner, only 
child of John Yeend Bedford of 
The Abbey Pershore. 



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Edmund Albert Nuttall Royds of= 
Falinge, Rochdale, of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, Student of the Middle 
Temple 30 April 1868, called to the 
Bar 26 January 1871, Member of the 
Northern Circuit, J. P. for co. Lan- 
caster, Lieut.-Colonel 4th Battalion 
King's Own Royal Lancashire Regi- 
ment, late Lieut. Queen's Own Wor- 
cestershire Yeomanry Cavalry ; born 
4 January, bapt. at St. Clement's, 
Spotland, 5 October 1845; died at 
Ellerslie, Great Malvern, aged 47, 
22 August, bur. at Christ Church, 
Healey, 26 August 1892. Will 
dated 6 June 1880, proved in the 
Principal Registry 27 November 
1892 by Clement Molyneux Royds 
and Alfred Fletcher, the Exors. 



=Augusta Eliza, 
eldest dau. of 
Augustus Henry 
Lemonius of 

Stonehouse, co. 
Lane, by his wife, 
Susan Le Cras, 
dau. of Major 
CharlesHarrison; 
born 24 October 
1848, bapt. at St. 
Philip's, Liver- 
pool; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Child- 
wall, CO. Lane, 
16 April 1873 ; 
died 22 August 
1892. 



Kate Augusta, Albert Henry Royds, born 7 April, 

born 25 Jan., bapt. at St. Edmund's, Falinge, 18 

bapt. privately May 1876 ; gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd 

at Brownhill Battalion Princess Charlotte of Wales' 

19 Feb.; died Royal Berkshire Regiment (Militia), 

the same day, 3 October 1894. 
bur. at Christ — 

Church, Hea- Wilfred Edmund Royds, born 29 April, 

ley, 22 Feb. bapt. at St. Edmund's, Falinge, 5 June 

1874. 1877. 



Norman John Royds, born 1 1 April, 
bapt. at St. Edmund's, Falinge, 23 
May 1879; died 6 February, bur. at 
Christ Church, Healey, 10 February 



Susan Isabel, born 9 December 1882, 
bapt. at The Abbey Church, Great 
Malvern, 30 January 1883. 



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Rev John Royds= 
of Christ's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1843, M.A. 1847, 
Rector of Heysham, 
CO. Lane. ; born 
23 November 181 8, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Rochdale, 11 June 
1 819; died at Hey- 
sham 9 June, bur. 
there 14 June 1865. 
Will dated 6 June 
1865, proved at 
Lancaster i July 
1865 by Rev. 
Charles Smith 

Royds of Haugh- 
ton, CO. Stafford, 
the uncle, sole 
Exor. 



=Jane, 2nd dau. Julia, born 19 September, bapt. at St. Mary's, Rochdale, 20 

of John Had- October 1820; marr. istly, at St. Chad's there 30 Novem- 

don Askwith ber 1842, Thomas Littledale of Highfield House, West 

of Ripon by Derby, co. Lane, Captain in late 2nd Royal Lancashire 

Catherine his Militia, D.L. co. Lane, Commodore of the Royal Mersey 

wife, dau. of Yacht Club (eldest surviving son of Thomas Littledale of 

William Har- Highfield House, West Derby, and of Braystones, co. 

rison, M.D. ; Cumberland, by Ann his wife, eldest dau. of Thomas 

born 30 March Molyneux of Newsham House, West Derby) ; born 3 

181 8; marr. at September, bapt. at St. Peter's, Liverpool, 13 October 

Campsall, near 1818; died 25 March, bur. at St. John's, Knotty Ash, 

Doncaster, co. Liverpool, 2 April 1861. She marr. 2ndly, at St Mary's, 

York, 23 Nov. West Derby, 4 October 1866, Horace Turner of Liver- 

1847. pool, Member of Her Majesty's Legislative Council for 

the Island of Antigua, W.L (5th son of Charles Turner 

by his wife Mary, eldest dau. of Samuel Byam Athill) ; 

born 28 February 1814; he died s.p. 3 September, 

bur. at St. John's, Knotty Ash, Liverpool, 7 September 

1884. 



Clement Molyneux Royds= 
of Greenhill, Rochdale, J. P. 
and D.L. co. Lancaster, 
J. P. for Borough of Roch- 
dale, High Sheriff of Lan- 
cashire 1889, Major and 
Hon. Lieut.-Colonel Duke 
of Lancaster's Own Yeo- 
manry Cavalry, Hon. Colonel 
2nd Volunteer Battalion 
Lancashire Fusiliers 1894; 
born 3 April, bapt. at St. 
Clement's, Spotland, 26 
April 1842. 



=Annette Nora Jane, 
2nd dau. of Thomas 
Littledale of High- 
field House, West 
Derby, by Julia his 
wife, 2nd dau. of 
Clement Royds of 
Falinge ; born 19 
March, bapt. at St. 
John's, Knotty Ash, 
23 April 1846; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
West Derby, 2 1 
February 1882. 



Frances Marion, born 10 May, bapt. at St. 
Clement's, Spotland, 27 August 1845; 
marr. at St. Chad's, Rochdale, 17 January 
1872, William Fenton of Churchdale 
Ashford, Bakewell, co. Derby (son of 
William Fenton of Dutton Manor, Rib- 
Chester, co. Lane, J. P. and D.L. co. 
Lane, by Hannah his wife, dau. of 
William Walker of Gateshead, co. Dur- 
ham). She died 21 August, bur. at Christ 
Church, Healey, 24 August 1878. 



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Rev. Christopher Smyth of Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. i85o,=j=Clementina, born ii 



M.A. 1853, Rector of Woodford, co. Northampton, 1857-84, Rural 
Dean of Higham-Ferrers 1862-82, Vicar of Bussage, co. Gloucester, 
from 1886 to 1 89 1 (son of Rev. William Smyth, M.A., J. P., of Elkington 
Hall, CO. Lincoln, and Annables co. Herts, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Samuel Ray of Tannington, co. Suffolk); born 17 January, bapt. at 
Lathbury, co. Bucks, 21 February, 1827. 



December 1827, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Roch- 
dale, 13 August 1828; 
marr. at St. Chad's, 
Rochdale, 7 Julyi857. 



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Ellen, born 31 December, 1846, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Rochdale, 15 March 1847 ; marr. at St. 
Clement's, Spotland, 30 April 1873, Charles 
Collins Onley Tylden- Wright of Brownstown, co. 
Kildare, Ireland, J. P. for counties of Notting- 
ham, Stafford, and Worcester, late Lieut, in the 
Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry, F.G.S. (son of 
Rev. Edward Collins Wright, Rector of Pits- 
ford, CO. Northampton, by Frances Ellen his 
wife, dau. of Robert Pemberton, Barrister-at- 
Law, and sister of Thomas, late Lord 
Kingsdown) ; born 24 April, bapt. at Pitsford 
6 May 1832; by Royal Licence dated 6 Sep- 
tember i860, he assumed the name of Tylden 
before that of Wright ; she died 27 July, bur. at 
Shireoaks, co. Nottingham, 3r July 1884. He 
marr., as his first wife, at Milstead 6 September 
i860, Jane Elizabeth, only child of Colonel Sir 
John Maxwell Tylden of Milstead Manor, co. 
Kent, J. P. and D L., by Elizabeth his wife, 
only dau. of the Rev. Henry Lomax Walsh, 
LLD., of Grimblesthorpe, co. Lincoln; she died 
at Woodlands, Worksop, co. Nottingham, 23 
September, bur. at Shireoaks 28 September 
1868. 

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Clara, born 15 Novem- 
ber, bapt. at Greenhill, 
and entered in the 
Register of St. Mary's, 
Rochdale, 17 Nov. 
1850; marr. at St. 
Clement's, Spotland, 
10 Dec. 1872, Lieut.- 
Colonel Herbert Leigh 
Gipps, Lieut.-Colonel 
late Princess of Wales' 
Own Yorkshire Regi- 
ment, J. P. for CO. 
Kent (son of Henry 
Plumptre Gipps, M.P. 
for Canterbury, by 
Mary Ann his wife, 
dau. of Sir William 
Lawrence Young, 
Bart , of Hughenden 
Manor, co. Bucks) ; 
born in London 6 
April, bapt. at St. 
Mary'G, Marylebone, 
16 June 1844. 



Mabel, born 2 1 March, 
bapt. at Greenhill, 
and entered in the 
Register of St. Mary's, 
Rochdale, 22 March 
1854; marr. at St. 
Edmund's, Rochdale, 
30 January 1879, 
William Archibald 
Napier (son of Major 
the Hon^'^ Charles 
Napier, of the Wood- 
lands, Taunton, by 
Annabella Jane his 
wife, dau. of Colonel 
Edward Gatacre of 
Gatacre, co. Salop, 
J. P. and D.L.,); born 
24 April, bapt. at the 
Parish Church, Rugby, 
28 April 1845. 



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Arthur Molyneux 
Royds, born at 
Ventnor, Isle of 
Wight, 17 Decem- 
ber, entered in the 
Register of St. 
Mary's, Rochdale, 
1 8 December 185 6. 



William Herbert Molyneux Royds of Brig-= 
stock Manor House, co. Northampton, born 
17 January, bapt. at St. Clement's, Spotland, 
19 March 1844; died at Brigstock 8 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at New Church, Rossendale, co. 
Lane, 13 February 1883. Will dated 31 
July 1 88 1, proved at Peterborough 7 August 
1883 by Clement Molyneux Royds of Koch- 
dale, the brother, and Charles Patrick of 
Clough Fold, CO. Lane, the Exors. 



=Mary Alice, dau. of John 
Ashworth of Clough Fold, 
Rossendale, co. Lane, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of John 
Howorth of Bacup, co. Lane ; 
born 6 November 1846, bapt. 
at New Church, Rossendale, 
10 January 1847; marr. there 
8 May 1873. 



Mary Ashworth, born 
18 March, bapt. at 
New Church, Rossen- 
dale, 3 June 1875. 



Alice Maud, born 30 December 1877, 
bapt. at New Church, Rossendale, 8 May 
1878; died 23 June, bur. at New Church, 
Rossendale, 27 June 1878. 



I 
William Horace Royds, 
born 21 May, bapt. at 
Brigstock 19 July 1880. 



Ernest Edmund Molyneux Royds, J. P. for co.= 
Lane, late Lieut. Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeo- 
manry Cavalry; born 22 October 1848, bapt. at 
St. Mary's Rochdale, 13 February 1849 ; died 
at Broadview, Petersfield, co. Hants, 16 
January, bur. in the cemetery there 20 January 
1892. 



=BIanche, 4th dau. of Christopher Rawson 
of the Hurst, Walton-on-Thames, by Ellen 
Frances his wife, dau. of John Naylor Wright ; 
born 7 August, bapt. at Walton-on-Thames 
3 September 1850 ; marr. at St. John's, 
Woolwich, 3 April 1872. 



Kathleen Mabel, born 18 December 1872, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Rochdale, 27 January 
1873- 

Percy Molyneux Rawson Royds, Sub.- 
Lieut. R.N.; born 5 April, bapt. at St. 
Clement's, Spotland, 6 May 1874. 



Charles William Rawson Royds (twin with Ellen 
Jessica), Midshipman R.N. ; born i February, 
bapt. at Christ Church, Healey, i March 1876. 

Ellen Jessica (twin with Charles William Rawson 
Royds), born i February, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Healey, i March 1876. 




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3(o{)n0on of ^a]r|)am anti WAtlhoxm, 

CO* jSorfoIfe. 



Rev. John Johnson of Caius College, Cam-= 
bridge, LL.B. 1794, LL.D. 1803; Rector of 
Yaxham with Welborne, co. Norfolk, 1800-33 J 
born at Ludham, co. Norfolk, 15 November 
1769, bapt. there the same day; died 29 
September, bur. at Yaxham 3 October 1833. 
Cousin of the Poet Cowper and the original of 
"Johnny." 



=Maria Dorothy, dau. of George Livius of 
Bedford (who served in India as Commissary 
(ieneral under Warren Hastings), by Mary 
his wife, dau. of Joseph Foster-Barham ; bom in 
parish of St. Cuthbert's, Bedford, 20 December 
1789; marr. at Bedford 26 April 1808; died 
21 February, bur. at Yaxham 27 February 
1864. 



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Mary Theodora, bom at Bedford 
and bapt. at St. Cuthbert's there 
8 April 18 10; marr. at Yaxham 
21 February 1834, Rev. Robert 
Green Rogers of Oriel College, 
Oxford, matriculated 6 May 1818, 
aged 17, B.A. 1822, M.A. 1825, 
Rector of Yarlington (son of John 
Rogers of Yarlington, co. Somer- 
set by Anne Reynolds his wife, 
dau. and sole heir of Pickering 
Robinson of Rawcliffe, co. York) ; 
born at Yarlington 6 November, 
bapt. II December 1800. She 
died at Yarlington, aged 26, 6 
May, bur. there 14 May 1836. 
M.I. He marr. 2ndly, 30 De- 
cember 1841, Lucy, 3rd dau. of 
Charles Pyne Coffin of East 
Dovvn, CO. Devon ; he marr. 3rdly 
Elizabeth Harbin, 2nd dau. of 
Wyndham Gooddenof OverComp- 
ton, CO. Dorset. He died 1 9 March, 
bur. at Yarlington 25 March 1876. 
His will dated 20 December 1875, 
proved in the Principal Registry 
10 April 1876 by Thomas Lyon of 
Yeovil, the Exor. 



Catharine Anne, 
bom at Ches- 
ham, CO. Bucks, 
12 January 181 2, 
and bapt. there; 
died, aged 21, 
25 January; bur. 
at Yaxham 4 
February 1833. 



Rev. ^Villiam Cowper= 
Johnson of Corpus 
Christi College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1837, M.A. 
i84i,Rectorof Yaxham 
1843-80, Rector of 
Northwold 1880-92, 
Hon. Canon of Norwich 
1878 ; bom at Ches- 
ham, 18 August, bapt. 
at St. Cuthbert's, Bed- 
ford, 27 October 18 13; 
died at Norwich 16 Oc- 
tober, bur. at Yaxham 20 
October 1893. Will 
dated 6 DecemberiSSy, 
codicil 23 May 1889, 
proved at Norwich 2 
February 1894 by Rev. 
William Cowper John- 
son the son, and Rev. 
Charles Francis Powys, 
the Exors. 



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=Marianne, dau. 
of John Stani- 
forth Patteson 
of Cringleford, 
Norwich,byAnn 
Elizabeth (Tas- 
ker) his wife ; 
born at Norwich 
ioJanuary,bapt. 
privately 1 2 Jan- 
uary 1 81 2, re- 
ceived into the 
Church at St. 
Stephen's, Nor- 
wich, 5 August 
in the same 
year ; marr. at 
Cringleford 25 
June 1840 ; 

died 25 Jan- 
uary, bur. at 
Yaxham 30 Jan- 
uary 1894. 



ey 



«sr^ 



Mary Elizabeth, born at Yaxham 
8 March, bapt. there 7 April, and 
bur. there 15 April 1841. 

Frederick Johnson (twin with a 
sister who died immediately after 
birth), born at Yaxham ; bapt. there 
2 November, and bur. there 4 No- 
vember 1 84 1. 



Catharine Cowper, bom 29 October, bapt. at Yaxham 4 
December 1842; marr. at Northwold i September 1887, 
\\'illiam Mowbray Donne of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1858, M.A. 1863 (son of William Bodham Donne 
of Mattishall Hall, co. Norfolk, J.P. and D.L., by 
Catharine his mfe, dau. of Charles Hewitt of Norwich) ; 
born 21 October, bapt. at Mattishall 12 November 1833. 
He marr. istly, Edith Salmon, who died 26 January, and 
was bur. at Welborne 30 January 1884. 



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Gertrude, bapt. at St. 
Cuthbert's, Bedford ; 
died an infant, and 
was bur. in the Mora- 
vian burying ground, 
near St. Peter's Green, 
Bedford. 



Rev. John Barham Johnson of Corpus Christi College,= 
Cambridge, B.A. 1841, M.A. 1845; Rector of Wel- 
borne, co. Norfolk, 1844-83 ; born at Burton 
Latimer i o March, bapt. there 1 7 April 1 8 1 8 ; died 
at Norwich 14 January, bur. at Welborne 18 January 
1894; he married 2ndly, Emma Mary, dau. of 
Frederick Partridge of King's Lynn, co. Norfolk. 



/j^a^^^^i^i^pc^^'t^'S^*-^^ 



=Anna, dau. of 
George Morse of 
Catton Park, co. 
Norfolk; born 23 
February 1 8 1 7 ; 
marr. at Catton 
15 January 1844; 
died 28 Novem- 
ber, bur. at 
Welborne 2 De- 
cember 1887. 



Henry Barham Johnson of Corpus= 
Christi College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1872, M.A. 1877; Rector of Wel- 
borne 1883, Rector of Orchardleigh 
cum Lullington 1890, Curate of 
Christ Church, Reading, 1 894 ; born 
1 2 April, bapt. at Welborne privately 
17 May, received into the Church 
10 September 1848. 



=Catharine Bodham, dau. of Rev. 
Charles Edward Donne, Vicar of 
Faversham, co. Kent, by Mildred 
his wife, dau. of John Mitchell 
Kemble ; born in London 29 April, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, Paddington, 
5 June 1862; marr. at Faversham 
10 April 1888. 



John Hamilton 
Johnson, born 19 
October, bapt. at 
Welborne 9 Decem- 
ber 1849; died 7 
May, bur. at Wel- 
borne 13 May 
1873- 



J^^^-^^w (^CL^c^^K.^ WUwO^^ 



John Barham Johnson, 
born 21 May, bapt. at 
Welborne 29 June 1890. 



Geoffrey Barham Johnson, 
born 10 August, bapt. at 
LuUington, co. Somerset, 
8 September 1893. 



Rev. William Cowper Johnson of Trinity=j=Emily Barham, dau. of Rev. John 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867, M.A. Barham Johnson, Rector of Wel- 



1871 ; Vicar of Pulloxhill, co. Bedford, 

1875, Rector of Yaxham 1881 ; born at 

Yaxham 4 July, bapt. there 18 August 
1844. 




^ss^Tt-^f*-*^"^-^^ 



borne, by Anna his wife, dau. of 
George Morse of Catton Park ; 
born 25 September, bapt. at Wel- 
borne 16 November 1851; marr. 
there 25 November 1875. 



Maria Theo- 
dora, born at 
Yaxham i o De- 
cember 1845, 
bapt. there 11 
January 1846. 



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John Hamilton Cowper Johnson, 
born at Pulloxhill 2 June, bapt. 
there i July 1877. 

Wilfrid Harry Cowper Johnson, 
born at Pulloxhill 24 February, 
bapt. there 6 April 1879. 



Kenneth Cowper Johnson, 
born at Pulloxhill 15 Novem- 
ber, bapt. there St. Thomas' 
Day, 21 December 1880. 

William Austin Cowper 
Johnson, born at Yaxham 
5 November, bapt. there 26 
November 1882. 



Maurice Cowper Johnson, 
born at Yaxham 29 April, 
bapt. there 25 May 1884. 

Charles Bernard Cowper 
Johnson, born at Yaxham 
13 July, bapt. there 21 
August 1887. 



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Henry Robert Vaughan Johnson, formerly of Holt Loclge,= 
CO. Norfolk; of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1843, 
M.A. 1846, Student of Lincoln's Inn 26 April 1844, aged 
24, called to the Bar 28 January 1848, one of the Six 
Conveyancing Counsel to the High Court of Justice; born 
at Burton Latimer 30 January, bapt. there privately 13 
February 1820. 



I 
Bertram Vaughan Johnson 
of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated 10 
June 1882, B.A. 1885, 
M.A. 1890; born 24 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 8 October 
1863. 



Hubert Vaughan Johnson 
of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1887, M.A. 
1 89 1, Curate of St. Paul's, 
Walworth, 1894; born 13 
May, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton, 19 June 1865. 



=Hon''''' Cecilia, 3rd dau. of John, ist 
Baron Campbell and Lord High 
Chancellor of England, by Hon'''« 
Mary Elizabeth Scarlett his wife 
(created Baroness Stratheden 1836), 
dau. of James, Baron Abinger; born 
II July 1835; marr. at Knights- 
bridge, London, 29 July 1862. 



Edina Charlotte Vaughan, born 6 April, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, Brompton, 22 
April 1868. 

Robert Vaughan Johnson of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 5 
October 1889, B.A. 1892; born 22 
February, bapt. at Christ Church, 
May fair, 24 March 1871. 



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Emily Barham, born 25 September, bapt. Alice Barham, 
at Welborne 16 November 185 1 ; marr. born 17 Octo- 
there 25 November 1875, ^^^- William ber, bapt. at 
Cowper Johnson of Trinity College, Cam- Welborne 4 De- 
bridge, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1871, Vicar of cember 1853; 
PuUoxhill 1875, Rector of Yaxham 1881 died 14 March, 
(son of Rev. William Cowper Johnson, bur.atWelborne 
Rector of Yaxham) ; born 4 July, bapt. at 20 March 1 869. 
Yaxham 18 August 1844. 



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Margaret Ada Barham, born 14 
September, bapt. at Welborne 

8 November 1857; marr. there 

9 July 1 88 1, Rev. Arthur Charles 
Wodehouse Upcher of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1869, 
M.A. 1887, Rector of Hingham, 
Attleborough, 1887; born 29 
August, bapt. at Sheringham 
I November 1846. 



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Eleanor Gertrude, born at Yaxham 29 October, 
bapt. there 26 December 1847 J died 12 April 
1864, bur. at Yaxham. 

Mary Cowper, born 11 September, bapt. at 
Yaxham 11 November 1849; marr. there 4 
October 1871, Rev. Charles Francis Powj's of 
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1866, M.A. 1869, Vicar of Shirley, co. 
Derby, 1872, Vicar of Montacute, Ilminster, 
1885 ; born at Stalbridge, co. Dorset, i Feb- 
ruary, bapt. there 12 March 1843. 



Anne Elizabeth Cowper, born 3 February, bapt. 
at Yaxham 9 April 1854; marr. at Northwold 
27 May 1884, Rev. Cecil Frederick Blyth of 
Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1876, M.A. 
1879, Rector of Clipston, co. Northants, 1883, 
Rector of Wetheringsett, co. Suffolk, 1888; 
born at Fincham, co. Norfolk, 19 June, bapt. 
there 22 August 1852. 

Henrietta Cowper, born 5 April, bapt. at 
Yaxham 20 July 1856. 



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Arms on record in the College of 
Arms. — Argent, a boar's head couped 
sable, transfixed by a sword in pale point 
downwards proper, pomel and hilt or, in 
chief two falcons close proper belled gold. 

Crest. — In a crown vallary or a mount 
vert, thereon a falcon close as in the 
arms, holding in the beak a hawk's lure 
refiexed over the back azure. 

Motto. — Deum timete et regem favete. 



IRibington. 



Charles Rivington (son of John Rivington=j=Jane, dau. of 
of London, by Elizabeth Miller his wife, Daniel Curling, 
dau. of Robert Gosling, and sister of Sir by Jane his wife, 
Francis Gosling, Alderman and Banker of dau. of George 
London); born i8 October, bapt. at St. Hooper and 
Faith's, London, 14 November 1754; Mary Peake his 
died at King's Road, Gray's Inn, 26 May, his wife; born 8 
bur. at St. Faith's i June 1831. Will December 1768; 
dated 8 September 1830, proved P.C.C. marr.atSt Paul's 
18 June 1831 by Charles Rivington, the Cathedral, Lon- 
son, one of the Exors, to whom admon don, 18 May 
was granted, having been first sworn to 1793; died 8 De- 
administrate, power reserved of making cember, bur. at 
the like grant to George Rivington and St. Faith's 15 
Francis Rivington, the sons, and other December 1829. 
Exors. 




Mary Ann, born 22 
October, bapt. at 
St. Andrew's, Hol- 
born, 7 December 
1797 ; marr. at St. 
Pancras, London, 
25 September 1832, 
John Holmes, As- 
sistant Keeper of 
MSS. at the British 
Museum ; born 1 7 
July 1800; died i 
April 1854 ; she 
died 9 February, 
bur. at Highgate 
Cemetery, London, 
14 February 1870. 

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Robert Rivington, born 29 
October, bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
Holborn, 26 Nov. 1798; died 
10 January, bur. at St. Faith's 
16 January 1832. 

Elizabeth, born 25 May, 
bapt. at St. Andrew's Hol- 
born, 2 July 1800; marr. at 
St. James', Westminster, 5 
July 1827, Charles Black- 
burn, born 17 August 1787; 
died 14 February, bur. at 
Kensington 1 9 February 1 843; 
she died 14 December, bur. 
at Highgate Cemetery 19 
December 1863. 



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George Rivington,- 
born 23 August, 
bapt. at St. An- 
drew's Holborn, 29 
September 1801 ; 
died 19 July, bur. 
at Hanwell, co. 
Middlesex, 24 July 
1858. 



=Ann Lancaster, dau. 
of William Findlay of 
London; born 28 Nov. 
1 80 1, marr. at St. Pan- 
cras 3 July 1830; died 
15 May, bur. at Has- 
tings Cemetery, co. 
Sussex, 19 May 1892. 
Will dated 3 1 May 1 8 7 2 
with two codicils dated 
respectively 16 Dec. 
1890 and 21 March 
1 89 1, proved in the 
Principal Registry 7 
June 1892 by Jane 
Rivington, spinster, 
the dau., and Charles 
Robert Rivington, the 
nephew, the Exors. 



Jane, born 20 George Rivington, Captain=f=Jane Eleanor, eldest dau. of Rev. Charles 



May 1831, bapt. R.N., retired 25 October 1882; 

privately at Re- born 31 December 1833, bapt. 

gent Square, St. at Kentish Town Chapel, Lon- 

Pancras. don, 5 February 1834. 



Sangster, M.A., of St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, and Vicar of Darton, co. Yorks ; 
born 13 June, bapt. at Darton 24 July 
1844; marr. there 21 May 1868. 

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George Sangster Rivington, born Nellie Sangster, born 29 Harry Sangster Rivington, 

29 November 1870, bapt. at July, bapt. at Donaghdee, co. born 7 December 1873, bapt. 

Christ Church, Highbury, Lon- Down, 8 September 1872. at Donaghdee 25 January 

don, 8 January 1 87 1. 1874. 



Harriot, born 
20 October, 
bapt. at St. 
Andrew's, 
Holborn, 3 
Nov. 1802 ; 
died 18 Mar., 
bur. at St. 
Faith's, Lon- 
don, 23 Mar., 
1832. 



Laura Christina,= 
dau. of Luke 
Graves Hansard 
of St. Georges', 
Bloomsbury, Lon- 
don, Printer to the 
House of Com- 
mons, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of 
William Hobbes ; 
born 6 February, 
1813 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Blooms- 
bury, 3 March 
1831 ; died 10 
March, bur. at 
Highgate Ceme- 
tery, London, 1 7 
March 1848. I St 
wife. 



=Francis Rivington of Percival House, East-=f=Frances, dau. of 



bourne, co. Sussex ; born 19 January, bapt. 
at St. Andrew's, Holborn, 5 March 1805 ; 
died at Eastbourne 7 January, bur. at 
Highgate Cemetery 12 January 1885. Will 
dated 4 May 1881, proved in the Principal 
Registry 28 January 1885 by Frances 
Rivington of Percival House, Eastbourne, 
widow, the relict, and Charles Robert 
Rivington, the nephew, the Exors. 



Benjamin Elam 
of Endsleigh 
Street, London ; 
marr. at St. 
Pancras, Lon- 
don, 4 February 
1864. 



Grace, bom 22 December 1865, bapt. at All 
Souls', Langham Place, London, 30 January i865. 

Helen Frances, born 15 November, bapt. at All 
Souls', Langham Place, 19 December 1867. 

Mildred, born 12 April, bapt. at All Souls', 
Langham Place, 8 May 1869. 



Louisa, born 6 August, bapt. at St. 
James', Westminster, 6 September 
1832 ; marr. at All Souls', Langham 
Place, II July 1861, William Sandys 
Wright Vaux, F.R.S., of Balliol Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 18 March 
1836, aged 18, B.A. 1840, M.A. 1842, 
assisted in the Department of Antiqui- 
ties in the British Museum (only son 
of Rev. William Vaux, B.D., Vicar of 
Romsey, Hants, and Fellow of Balliol 
College, Oxford) : born in 1818; died 
at Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, London, 2 1 
June, bur. at Brompton Cemetery 26 
June 1885. =f= 



Francis Hansard= 
Rivington, born 
25 May, bapt. at 
St. James', West- 
minster, II July 
1834. 



=Eliza Laura, dau. of Robert George 
Moger of Highgate, Surgeon ; born 
6 November, bapt. at Highgate 
Parish Church 17 December 1838; 
marr. at Highgate 4 April 1864; 
died 22 September, bur. at Bromp- 
ton Cemetery 25 September 1886. 



Christina Maria, bom 
18 July, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Mary- 
le-bone, London, 14 
August 1865. 



Constance Laura, bom 
14 November 1866, 
bapt. at Christ Church, 
Mary-le-bone, 4 Janu- 
ary 1867. 



Walter Rivington, = 
born 23 Decem- 
ber 1835, bapt. 
at St. Pancras. 



=Anna, dau. of Rev. Henry Gibson, 
B.A., of Christ College, Cam- 
bridge, Rector of Fyfield, co. 
Essex ; born 4 September, bapt. 
at Fyfield 7 November 1847 ; 
marr there 27 July 1870. 



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Harry Rivington, 
born 23 February 
1842; died 25 May, 
bur. at St. Mary's 
Cemetery, Has- 
tings, CO. Sussex, 
30 May 1873. 



Reginald Riving- 
ton, born 26 June 
1847; died 21 Jan., 
bur. at St. Mary's 
Cemetery, Has- 
tings, 26 Jan. 1850. 



Rosa Sangster, born 10 June, 
bapt. at Christ Church, Hamp- 
stead, CO. Middlesex, 25 July 
1876; died at Hastings 4 
February, bur. in the Ceme- 
tery there 9 February 1882. 



Mary Sangster, 
born 27 July, 
bapt. at Christ 
Church, Hamp- 
stead, 9 Septem- 
ber 1877. 



Ruth Sangster, 
bom 30 Sept., 
bapt. at Em- 
manuel Church, 
Hastings, 1 7 
Nov. 1878. 



Charles Sangster Rivington, 
born 19 August, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Hastings, 10 
October 1880. 



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Mary, dau. of= 
Edward Walmsley 
of Mitcham, co. 
Surrey ; born 4 
July 1809; marr. 
at Morden, co. 
Surrey, 7 Septem- 
ber 1831 ; died i 
March, 1838. ist 
wife. 



Charles Rivington, born 27 November, bapt. at St.= 
Andrew's, Holborn, London, 25 December 1806; died 
at Denmark Hill, co. Surrey, 4 August, bur. at Honor 
Oak Cemetery, co. Surrey, 10 August 1876. Will dated 
3 December 1870 with codicil dated 9 July 1874, proved 
in the Principal Registry 25 August 1876 by Emily 
Rivington, widow, the relict, and Charles Robert 
Rivington and Rev. Theodore Rivington of Maidenhead, 
CO. Berks, the sons, the Exors. 




Edward Rivington, born 26 
July, bapt. at Morden, co. 
Surrey, 7 September 1832. 

Henry Rivington, born 30 
May, bapt. at St. George-the- 
Martyr, Queen Square, 20 
August 1834; died 10 April, 
bur. at St. Faith's, London, 20 
April 1835. 

Henry Rivington, born 20 
August 1836; died 2 Dec, 
bur. at St. Faith's 9 Dec. 1836. 




=Emily, dau. of 
William Chadwell 
Mylne, F.R.S., of 
Amwell, CO. Herts; 
born 18 March 
1819; bapt. pri- 
vately at Amwell ; 
marr.atSt.George- 
the-Martyr, Queen 
Square, London, 
10 July 1839. 
2nd wife. 



Laura, born 15 June; bapt .at 
St. George-the-Martyr, Queen 
Square, 26 June 1841; died 
27 June 1841 ; bur. at St. 
Katherine Coleman, London. 

Emily, born 10 May, bapt. at 
St. George-the-Martyr, Queen 
Square, 17 June 1842. 

Archibald Rivington, born 
19 August, bapt. at St. 
Andrew's Chapel, Waterloo 
Street, Brighton, co. Sussex, 
S October 1843. 



Agnes, born 8 October, bapt. 
at St. George-the-Martyr, Queen 
Square, 20 December 1844. 

Leonora, born 25 November 
1845, bapt. at St. George-the- 
Martyr, Queen Square, 14 
January 1846; marr. at St. 
Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 
London, 9 February 1886, 
Edward George Greenhill of 
Cachar, India. 



Charles Rivington, 
born 16 July, bapt. 
at St. James', West- 
minster, 27 August 
1835 ; died at 
Shanghai 2 August 
1886. 



Alexander Rivington,= 
born 9 March, bapt. 
at St. James', West- 
minster, 2 1 April 
1837- 



=Flora McDonald, youngest dau. 
of Lieut. -General Sir John 
Hunter Littler, G.C.B., of the 
Hon''''' East India Company's 
Service ; born at the Govern- 
ment House, Barrackpore, Cal- 
cutta, 27 August 1849, bapt. at 
the Cathedral, Calcutta ; marr. 
at St. Mary's, Cofton, co. Devon, 
10 September 1867. 



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Luke Rivington of 
Magdalen College, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated 24 January 
1857, aged 18, 
B.A. 1861, M.A., 
1863; born 17 
July, bapt. at St. 
James', Westmin- 
ster, 4 Oct. 1838. 



Grace Sangster, 
bom 2 December 
1882 ; bapt. at 
Preshute, Marl- 
borough, CO. Wilts, 
14 January 1883. 



Jane Sangster, Gordon Sangster Rivington, John Sangster Rivington, 

born 3 August, born 19 November 1886, born 14 March, bapt. at 

bapt. at Preshute, bapt. at Preshute, Marl- East Kennett, Marl- 

Marlborough, 13 borough, 23 January 1887. borough, 8 May 1888. 
September 1885. 



Susan Haighton,= 
dau. of Thomas 
Steel of London ; 
bom 24 March 
1 8 1 1 ; marr. at 
St. Pancras, Lon- 
don, 14 April 
1836 ; died 10 
June, bur. at St. 
Faith's, London, 
17 June 1837. 
1st wife. 



=VVilIiam Rivington, born 23= 
December, 1807, bapt. at St. 
Andrew's, Holborn, London, 
3 February' 1808; died 12 
November, bur. at Kensing- 
ton Cemetery, London, 16 
November 1888. Will dated 
2 July 1881 with codicil dated 
5 October 1886, proved in the 
Principal Registry i Decem- 
ber 1888 by Jane Rivington 
of 29 Phillimore Gardens, 
Kensington, London, widow, 
the relict, the Rev. Thurston 
Rivington of St. Nicholas 
Vicarage, Warwick, the son, 
and Charles Robert Riving- 
ton, the nephew, the Exors. 



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=Jane, dau. of 
John Hillman 
of London ; 
born 12 Sept. 
181 1 ; marr. at 
St. George's 
Bloomsbury, 7 
Feb. 1839. 2nd 
wife. 



Sophia, born 1 1 May, bapt. 
at St. Andrew's, Holborn, 21 
June 1809; marr. at St. Pan- 
cras 2 Sept. 1835, Rev. John 
Blackburn of St. John's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 181 5, 
M.A. 1 81 8, Rector of Yar- 
mouth, Isle of Wight, Preben- 
dary of York ; born 1 7 Aug. 
1787; he died, aged 82, 12 
April, bur. at Yarmouth 16 
April 1870; she died 23 Oct. 
1839. His will dated 22 June 
1865 was proved at Winches- 
ter co. Hants, 16 May 1870 by 
Rev. John Blackburn of Hor- 
ton Rectory, co. Gloucester, 
the son and sole Eitor. 



I 



Fanny Anne, dau. of Duncan= 
Campbell of Adpar, co. Car- 
digan ; born 1 1 November 
1848; marr. at Newcastle 
Emlyn, South Wales, 1 2 August 
1869; died 13 March, bur. at 
Honor Oak Cemetery, co. Sur- 
rey, 18 March 1875. istwife. 



Charles Robert Rivington of= 
Castle Bank, Appleby, co. 
Westmoreland, F.S.A., J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Westmore- 
land; born 7 December 1846, 
bapt. at St. George-the-Martyr, 
Queen Square, 27 January 
1847. 



=Amy. dau. of William Chippin- 
dale of Dulwich, co. Surrey, by 
Sarah his wife; born 13 July, 
bapt. at St. Stephen's, Ton- 
bridge, CO. Kent, 9 September 
1 860 ; marr. at St. Stephen's, 
South Dulwich, 12 October 
1881. 2nd wife. 



Robert Campbell Rivington, 
born II July, bapt. at All 
Saints', Kensington Park, 
London, 7 August 1870. 



Florence Mary Hill, born 9 
January, bapt. at All Saints', 
Kensington Park, 22 February 
1873- 



Gerald Chippindale Rivington, 
born 13 December 1893, bapt. 
at St. Peters', Cranley Gardens, 
London, 2 February 1894. 



Mary, born 2 7 October 
1839, bapt. at High- 
gate, London, 6 Janu 
ary 1840 ; died 25 
October, bur. at High- 
gate 30 October 1873. 

Harriet, born 1 1 April, 
bapt. at Highgate, 18 
June 1841 ; marr. at 
All Saints', Margaret 
Street, London, 2 7 
April 1882, John 
Rivington of Babba- 
combe. South Devon, 
whodied3oOct.i886. 



Philip Rivington, born 24 July, bapt. at Highgate 8 September 1842 ; 
died at Bombay, India, 29 January 1873. His son, Henry James 
Rivington, born 29 April 187 1, assumed, by Royal Licence dated 5 
September 1892, the name and arms of Harmar, in addition to those of 
Rivington, in conformity with the will (dated 12 June 1883) of Ambrose 
Harmar of Russell Square, London. Arms. — Quarterly, i and 4, 
Harmar, quarterly or and sable on a bend engrailed gules, between tivo 
roses argent barbed and seeded proper, three lozenges erminois, and (for 
distinction) a cross crosslet in the centre chief point cou7iter-changed ; 2 
and J Rivington. Crests : I, Harmar, in front of a cubit arm, vested 
sable, cuff or, in the hand two rose branches leaved and slipped vert, that 
on the dexter gules, and that on the sinister argent, both barbed and seeded 
proper, a port-cullis with chains or, and (for distinction) the cuff charged 
with a cross crosslet sable ; 2, Rivington. 



Horace Mylne Rivington, born 4 March, 
bapt. at St. George-the-Martyr, Queen 
Square, London, 26 April 1848; died 4 
June, bur. at Hanwell Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex, 9 June 1870. 

Duncan Rivington, born 25 March, bapt. 
at St. George-the-Martyr, Queen Square, 
10 May 1849; died 3 September, bur. at 
Am well, CO. Herts, 9 September 1857. 

Margaretta, born 3 May, bapt. at St. 
Leonards', Streatham, co. Surrey, 9 
August 1850. 



Rev. Theodore Rivington= 
of Clare College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated in 
October 1870, aged 19, 
B.A. 1873, M.A. 1877, 
Vicar of Ulting, Maldon, 
CO. Essex ; born 5 Octo- 
ber, bapt. at St. Nicholas, 
Streatham, 19 December 
1851. 



-Harriet Elizabeth Skikel- 
thorp, dau. of Thomas 
Page, of East Dereham, 
CO. Norfolk, by Harriet 
his wife ; born 9 April, 
bapt. at East Dereham, 
II May 1850; marr. at 
St. Luke's, Maidenhead, 
CO. Berks, 5 September 
1878. 



Rev. Cecil Stansfeld Rivington, 
Missionary at Karli, near 
Lonauli, Bombay, Western 
India; born 10 January, bapt. 
at St. Pancras, Euston Square, 
London, 7 April 1853. 

Arthur William Rivington of 
Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 
matriculated 19 October 1872, 
aged 18, Exhibitioner 1872-76, 
B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879, a 
Student of Lincoln's Inn 1875; 
born 9 March, bapt. at St. 
Pancras, Euston Square, 18 
April 1854. 



Florence Hannah, born 8 July, 
bapt. at St. Pancras, Euston Square, 
4 August 1855. 

Constance Ada, born 15 March, 
bapt. at St. Pancras, Euston Square, 
29 April 1858, marr. at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensington, London, 
8 November 1882, Ethelstan 
Osmond Savigny (son of Joseph 
Henry Savigny of Calcutta, India) ; 
born at Garden Reach, Calcutta, 
13 June, bapt. at St. James' Church 
there 19 July 1857. 



Jessie Mylne, born 10 
May, bapt. at St. Pancras, 
Euston Square, 25 June 
1 861 ; marr. at St. John 
the Evangelist, Boston, 
Massachusets, U.S.A., 20 
April 1885, Gerald Henry 
Lamb, M.A. of St. John's 
College, Oxford, (son of 
Rev. Thomas Davis Lamb 
of Ockham House, Bo- 
diam, co. Sussex). 



I 



I 



Eustace Rivington, born 14 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Highgate, London, 
29 October 1844; died 21 January, 
bur. at Highgate 25 January 1875. 
Admon II February 1875 to Francis 
Rivington of 63 Harley Street, 
London, the father and next of kin. 



Septimus Rivington of Trinity= 
College, O.xford, matriculated 
15 October 1864, aged 18, 
B.A. 1868, M.A. 1861, a 
Student of the Inner Temple 
1866; born 12 May, bapt. at 
Highgate 30 June 1846. 



=Edith Elizabeth, dau. of 
William Bowyer Morgan 
of Highgate ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Burton 
Latimer, co. Northamp- 
ton, I March 1870. 



Edith Marian, born 13 January, bapt. at St. 
John's, Paddington, London, 21 February 187 1. 

Margaret Eleanor, born 15 January, bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Star Street, Paddington, 2 1 February 1872. 

Mary Christina, born 30 October, bapt. at All Saints', 
Margaret Street, London, 5 December 1873. 



Herbert Basil Rivington, born 17 
January, bapt. at St. Mary Magdalene 
Paddington, 20 February 1877. 

Edmund Eustace Rivington, born 18 
August, bapt. at St. Mary Magdalene, 
Paddington, 7 October 1879. 




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CHARLES ROBERT RIYINGTON. 




^pcj)er of g)l)e):ing{)am, co. 
i^orfolfe- 



Abbot Upcher of Sheringham= 
Hall, CO. Norfolk, of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1807, 
M.A. 181 3 (son of Peter Upcher 
of Great Yarmouth, by Eliza- 
beth hi.s wife, dau. of John 
Ramey, and sister of the Countess 
of Home) ; born at Yarmouth 
6 December, bapt. there 9 De- 
cember 1784 ; died, aged 34, 11 
February, bur. at Sheringham 23 
February 1819. M.I. 



Arms on record in the College of 
Amis. — Argent, a chevron azure, 
between three foxes heads erased 
gules, as many pears slipped or. 

Crest. — A plume of five ostrich 
feathers alternately argent and or, 
before them a unicorn's head couped 
azure, gorged with a ducal coronet 
or. 

Motto. — Prsestat opes Sapientia. 



=Hon''''= Charlotte Wilson, 
eldest dau. of Rev. Henry, 
Baron Earners, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Sumpter of Histon Hall, co. 
Cambridge ; born at Kirby 
Cane, co. Suffolk, 10 April, 
bapt. there 25 June 1790; 
marr. there 3 April 1809 ; 
died, aged 66, 8 February, bur. 
at Sheringham 14 February 
1857. Memorial window in 
Sheringham Church. 





Henry Ramey Upcher of Shering-= 
ham Hall, of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1832, M.A. 1835; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk; 
born 8 March 18 10, bapt. at Kirby 
Cane ; died, aged 82, 30 March, 
bur. at Sheringham 2 April 1892. 




=Caroline, dau. of Joseph 
Morris of Ampthill 
House, CO. Bedford, by 
Martha his wife, dau. of 
John Pryor of Baldock, 
CO. Herts ; born 1 5 
January 1818; bapt. at 
Weymouth ; marr. at 
Hampstead, co. Midd. 
3 July 1838. 



Charlotte Mary, born 28 April 
181 1 ; bapt. at Great Yarmouth; 
marr. at Sheringham 3 Septem- 
ber 1834, Edmund Charles Hen- 
ning Buxton of North Repps, co. 
Norfolk, and of Daresby Hall, co. 
Chester (son of Charles Buxton, 
by Martha his wife, eldest dau. of 
Edmund Henning of Melcombe 
Regis, CO. Dorset) ; born 3 Sep- 
tember 1 8 1 3 ; died at Oniger, West 
Africa, in 1878, bur. there; she 
died 1 6 November, bur. at Mostyn, 
North Wales, 19 November 1892. 



Henry Morris Upcher of=j=Maria Hester, only child of Rev. 



Sheringham Hall, J. P. for 
Norfolk ; born 1 5 Decem- 
ber 1839, bapt. at Sher- 
ingham 8 March 1840. 



Edward Bowyer Sparke, Canon of Ely, 
and Rector of Feltwell, co. Norfolk ; 
born at Feltwell, bapt. there 2 October 
1836 ; marr. at Feltwell 10 June 1869. 



^J^yM^, M^ 



\TTr^^ 




Gerald Upcher of Trinity Col 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 1864 
born 19 June, bapt. at Sher 
ingham 12 September 1841 
died, aged 30, 24 September, 
bur. at Sheringham 30 Sep- 
tember 1872. 

Abbot Wilkinson Upcher, 
born 4 January, bapt. at Sher- 
ingham 18 February 1843; 
bur. at Sheringham in Febru- 
ary 1844. 



25 



Emma, born 27 April 181 2, bapt. at Great Yarmouth; 
marr. at Sheringham, 30 January 1835, Rev. John Robert 
Pigott of North Marston, co. Bucks, of Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1823; Perpetual Curate of 
North Marston (son of Colonel William Pigott of 
Doddershall Park, co. Bucks, J. P. and D.L., by Anne 
his wife, dau. of Rev. William King, Rector of Mallow, 
CO. Cork), died in February 1852 ; she died, aged 76, 
16 April, bur. in Sheringham Churchyard 20 April 1889. 

I 



Rev. Abbot Upcher= 
of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1836; 
Rector of Kirby Cane ; 
born 25 September, 
bapt. at Sheringham 
10 October 1813 ; 
died 17 May 1893, 
bur. at Kirby Cane. 



=Mary Jones, 
dau. of Rev. 
George Day, 
RectorofEars- 
ham, CO. Nor- 
folk, bapt. at 
Earsham 10 
July 1820; 
marr. at Cat- 
ton, CO. Nor- 
folk, in 1839. 



Reginald Upcher, born 16 January, 
bapt. privately at Kirby Cane 17 Jan- 
uary 1841. 

Mary Rosalind, born 6 January, bapt. 
at Kirby Cane 20 February 1848; marr. 
there, 16 October 1867, Henry Edmund 
Buxton, Lieut. -Colonel I St Batt. Norfolk 
Royal Volunteers; J. P. for counties of 
Norfolk and Suffolk (son of Sir Edward 
North Buxton, 2nd Bart., by Catherine 
his wife, dau. of Samuel Gurney of Ham 
House, CO. Essex), born 22 January 
1844. =j= 



Rev. Abbot Roland Upcher 
of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1872, M.A. 
1875; Rectorof Halesworth, 
CO. Suffolk ; born 1 9 October, 
bapt. at Kirby Cane 9 De- 
cember 1849. 



Edward Berners Upcher, 

born 24 August, bapt. at 

Kirby Cane 26 October 
1851. 



Rev. Hugh Knyvet Up- 
cher of St. John's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 14 
October 187 1, aged 17, 
B.A. 1876, M.A. 1878, 
Chaplain in the Royal 
Navy on board H.M.S. 
" Invincible " ; bapt. at 
Kirby Cane 15 January 
1854 ; died 12 June 1881. 

Archdale Wilson Upcher, 
bapt. at Kirby Cane 16 
January 1859. 



Russell Upcher, = 
Late Colonel of 
the South Wales 
Borderers and 
Durham Light 
Infantry ; 
D.S.O. ; born 3 
February, bapt. 
at Sheringham 
21 April 1844. 



Francis Russell 
Upcher, born 31 
August, bapt. at 
Sheringham 9 
Novemberi873. 



"Marian Elizabeth, dau. 
of John Rogers of Holt 
Hall, CO. Norfolk, J.P. 
and D.L., by Mary 
Palmer his wife, dau. 
of HenryFrancis; bapt. 
at Coningsby, co. Lin- 
coln, 1 1 February 
185 1 ; marr. at Holt 
15 August 1872. 



Rev. Harry Berners Upcher= 
of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1868; Rector 
of Dingley, Market Har- 
borough, 1876-89 ; Rector 
of Ashwell, Oakham, from 
1889; J.P. for Leicester- 
shire ; born 14 August, 
bapt. at Sheringham 14 
September 1845. 



Violet Marian, born at 
Tw)'ford Hall, Norfolk, 8 
October, bapt. at Shering- 
ham 29 November 1874. 

Dorothy Carohne, born 
at Brecon 2 August 1881; 
died, aged 11, 4 January, 
bur. at Sheringham 7 Janu- 
ary 1893. 



ConstanceGertrude, 
born 25 August, 
bapt. at Barningham 
4 October 1868. 

Howard BernersUp- 
cher (twin with 
Gerald Berners), 
born II Jan. 1870, 
bapt. at Devizes. 



=Frederica Lucy, 3rd dau. 
of John Thomas Mott of 
Barningham Hall, co. 
Norfolk, J.P. and D.L., 
by Caroline his wife, dau. 
of William Sloane-Stanley 
of Paultons, co. Hants; 
born 23 March 1846; 
marr. at Barningham 12 
November 1867. 



Gerald Berners Upcher (twin 
with Howard Berners), born 
at Alexton, co. Leicester, 1 1 
January 1870. 

Ronald BernersUpcher, born 
at Ale.xton Rectory 19 April; 
bapt. at Alexton Rectory 7 
June 1874. 



Henry Edward Sparke Upcher of Edward Cyril Sparke Upcher, Louisa Maria Sparke, 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. ; B.A. of Trinity College, Cam- born 28 February, bapt. 

bom 27 March, bapt. at Feltwell i May bridge; born 18 May, bapt. at at Feltwell 27 March 

1870. Feltwell 23 June 1872. 1875. 



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Rev. Arthur Wilson Upcher of Trinity College,=j=Isabella 
Cambridge, B.A. 1837, M.A. 1842 ; Rector of 
Ashwellthorpe with Wreningham, co. Norfolk ; born 7 
April, bapt. at Sheringham 17 April 1815. 





CJ^iA-^C^ 



Jane, dau. of 
Ven. Charles Nourse 
Wodehouse, Archdeacon 
of Norwich, by Lady 
Dulcibella Jane Hay his 
wife, dau. of William, 
1 5th Earl of ErroU, born 
29 May 1825 ; marr. 
at Morningthorpe, co. 
Norwich, 7 October 1845. 



Augusta Eliza- 
beth, born 24 
May, bapt. at 
Sheringham 24 
June 1816 ; 
died, aged 20, 
15 Sept., bur. 
at Sheringham 
18 Sept. 1836. 
M.I. 



Rev. Arthur Charles Wodehouse= 
Upcher of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1869, M.A. 1887; Rector of Barn- 
ham Broome, and Vicar of Kimberley, 
CO. Norfolk, 1879-87, Rector of Hing- 
ham, CO. Norfolk, 1887; born 2 9 August, 
bapt. at Sheringham i November 1846. 



=Margaret Ada Barham, dau. 
of Rev. John Barham Johnson, 
Rector of Welborne, co. Norfolk, 
by Anna his wife, dau. of George 
Morse of Catton Hall, Norwich ; 
born 14 September, bapt. at 
Welborne 8 November 1857 ; 
marr. at Welborne 9 July 1 88 1 . 



Herbert Wodehouse 
Upcher, born 20 
August, bapt. at 
Sheringham 2 No- 
vember 1847 ; died 
there 29 December 
1847, bur. at Shering- 
ham I January 1848. 



Alice Margaret, born 17 Sybil, born 3 May, bapt. at Ruth, born 10 June, bapt. at 

May, bapt. at Barnham Barnham Broome 12 June 1886. Hingham 5 July 1891. 
Broome 18 June 1882. — 

— Sidney Wodehouse Upcher, 

Cecil Upcher, born 2 Feb- born 3 November 1889, bapt. 

ruary, bapt. at Barnham at Hingham 5 January 1890. 
Broome 2 March 1884. 



Christine Mary, born 24 De- 
cember 1892, bapt. at Hingham 
5 February 1893. 



Augusta Louisa, born 17 February, bapt. at 
Sheringham 16 April 1848; died, aged 26, 
15 July, bur. at Sheringham 30 July 1863. 
Memorial window in Sheringham Church. 

Caroline Alice, born 28 January, bapt. at 
Sheringham 3 March 1850; died, aged 2, 
7 November, bur. at Sheringham 9 November 
1852. 



Marion Gertrude, born 17 December 1851, 
bapt. at Sheringham 15 January 1852; died, 
aged 10 months, 7 November, bur. at Shering- 
ham 9 November 1852. 



Charlotte Laura Caroline, born 24 July, bapt. 
at Sheringham 11 August 1854. 



Catharine Maud Sparke, 
born 14 June, bapt. at 
Feltwell 23 July 1876 ; 
died at Ely 30 June, bur. 
in the cemetery there 5 
July 1877. 



Caroline Edith Sparke, born 2 August, 
bapt. at Feltwell 2 September 1877. 

Selwyn Charles Sparke Upcher, born 
at Feltwell 10 September, bapt. there 6 
October 1878 ; died at Feltwell 28 
October, bur. there i November 1879. 
27 



Russell Sparke Upcher, born 
at Hockwold 3 February, 
bapt. there 4 February 1882; 
died 14 February, bur. at 
Feltwell 17 February 1882. 



Alfred Wodehouse 
Upcher, born 8 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at Sher- 
ingham 26 Novem- 
ber 1848; died 21 
March 1857, bur. at 
Wreningham. 

Somerville Hay Up- 
cher, born 14 July 
1850, bapt. at Sher- 
ingham 22 August 
185 1 ; bur. at Wren- 
ingham 4 March 
1868. 



Jane Charlotte, born 25 October, bapt. at Sher- 
ingham 28 November 185 1 ; marr. at Wreningham 
5 November 1873, Robert Harvey Mason of 
Necton Hall, co. Norfolk, of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1865 ; called to the Bar 26 
January 1867; J. P. and D.L. for Norfolk, High 
Sheriff 1885 (eldest son of Robert Blake Humfrey 
of Wroxham House, co. Norfolk, J. P. and D.L. by 
Jane Charlotte his wife, dau. of Lieut.-Col. Harvey 
of Thorpe Lodge, Norwich) ; born 29 January 
1843. By Royal Licence dated 8 March 1879 he 
discontinued the surname of Blake and took that 
of Mason in addition to, and after that of, Humfrey. 
In 1880 he further discontinued the use of his 
patronymic of Humfrey. 



Ven. James Hay Up- 
cher of Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge, B.A. 

1877; Rector of Scul- 
thorpe, CO. Norfolk, 
1 889-92, Archdeacon 
of Mashonaland, 

South Africa, 1892; 
born 17 Jan. bapt. at 
Wreningham 5 March 
1854. 

Emma Mary, born 2 1 
Jan., bapt. at Sher- 
ingham 1 5 April 1856. 



Rev. Arthur Hamilton Upcher of Trinity College, =j=Johanna Elizabeth, only 
Cambridge, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1881, Rector of | child of Rev. Nicholas 



Baconsthorpe, co. Norfolk ; born 5 October, bapt. 
at Sheringham 31 October 1855. 




Simons, M. A., ofChrist's 
College, Cambridge, and 
Vicar of Bramfield, co. 
Norfolk, by Elizabeth 
his wife, only dau. of 
Thomas Bulkeley Net- 
well of Upton Wold, CO. 
Worcester ; born 9 Au- 
gust, bapt. at Bramfield 
14 September 1862; 
marr. there 10 Septem- 
ber 1884. 



Edwyn Fitzhenry 
Upcher of Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge, 
B.A. 1882; born 
4 April, bapt. at 
Sheringham 27 
April 1859; died 5 
Oct., bur. in Sher- 
ingham Church- 
yard 9 Oct. 1890. 
M.L 



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Nicholas Upcher, born Edwyn Harold, born at Baconsthorpe i Muriel Joan, born at Ba- 

4 December 1885, July, bapt. there 5 August 1888; died 22 consthorpe 20 January, 

bapt. at Bramfield 3 January, bur. at Baconsthorpe 24 January bapt. there 18 February 

January 1886. 1893- 1894. 



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Facsimile of a Miniature of Thomas Pelham 
Maitland of the Honourable East India Company, 
who was born at Dalkeith jo April 1J54, and died 
JT May I7g7- The Miniature is now in the 
possession of John Tasker Maitland, his gi'eat 
grand-son. 



iiWlaitlanli of Croi)lJon, to. ^uxxtp. 

Arms.— Or, a lion rampant gules, couped in all joints of the first, within a 

bordure wavy azure, charged with fuur crescents argent. 
Cresi. — A rock placed in the sea proper. 
Molto. — Non fluctuo fluctu. 



Thomas Pelham Maitland of the Hon'''<= East 
India Co.'s (Home) Service, to which he was 
Dutch Translator 1777 to 1797 (son of Pelham 
Maitland of Belmont, Edin- 
burgh (2nd son of Colonel 
Richard Maitland of the 3rd 
Foot Guards), and Dorothea 
his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Haslewood of Wickwarren in 
the parish of Pershore, co. 
Worcester); born at Dalkeith 

30 April 1754; died, aged 43, 

31 May, bur. in the grave- 
yard attached to the Meeting 
House, Lock's Fields, Wal- 
worth, CO. Surrey, in June 1797. Will proved 
by his widow, sole Extrix, 16 June 1797- 




Seal used by 

Pelham Maitland 

of Edinburgh. 



=Mary, dau. of Thomas Kennedy of Bell Yard 
(Liberty of the Rolls); born 18 December, 
bapt. at Bell Yard 29 December 1757 (baptism 
entered in the Registers of St. Dunstan in the 
West, London) ; marr. by licence at St. An- 
drew by the Wardrobe, Blackfriars, London, 25 
July 1776; died, aged 73, 16 January, bur. at 
Lock's Fields, Walworth, 23 January 1830. 



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Pelham Thomas Maitland of the Hon"' East= 
India Company's (Home) Service 1793 to 25 
March 1835 ; born 22 February, bapt. at St. 
Mary Newington, co. Surrey, 28 February 
1778; died, aged 67, 23 January, bur. at 
Norwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, 30 January 
1846. 



=Fanny, dau. of William Baynes of Kennington, 
CO. Surrey (bur. at Lock's Fields 5 August 
1 81 2, aged 68); born at Southwark, co. Surrey, 
in 1783; marr. at St. Mary Newington 27 
January 1810; died, aged 73, 5 January, bur. 
at Norwood Cemetery 11 January 1855. 




Rev. Pelham Maitland of Peterhouse, Cambridge, B.A. 1839,= 
M.A. 1844, Curate of Blackburn, co. Lane, Perpetual Curate 
of St. Peter's, Blackburn, Curate of St. Peter's, Walworth, 
then of St. Peter's, Isle of Thanet ; born 30 March, bapt. at 
Lock's Fields 23 May 181 1 ; died at Canterbury, co. Kent, 
13 Sept., bur. at St. Peter's, Isle of Thanet, 19 Sept. 1870. 



=Emily, dau. of John Wood of 
Kennington, co. Surrey, born at 
Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, 
London, 20 February, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Covent Garden, 15 
March 1809 ; marr. at St. Mark's, 
Kennington, 17 June 1843; died 
19 February, bur. at St. Peter's, 
Isle of Thanet, 24 February 
1887. 



Pelham Maitland, 
born 2r April, bapt. 
at iSt. Peter's, Wal- 
worth, 2 6 May 1844; 
died s.p. in India 
3 October, bur. at 
Jhansi 4 October 
1870. 



Rev. Herbert Thomas Maitland of Worcester^ 
College, Oxford, matriculated 15 October 
1864, aged 18, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1872, Curate 
of St. Martin with St. Paul, Canterbury, Rector 
of Postling, CO. Kent, Vicar of St. Saviour 
with St. James, Walthamstow, co. Essex ; 
born 2 1 January, bapt. at St. Peter's, Walworth, 
22 February 1846. 



=Cecilia Agnes Hope, dau. 
of Rev. John Scarth of 
Bearsted, co. Kent, Hon. 
Canon of Rochester; born 
at The Terrace, Bayswater, 
London, 4 August, bapt. at 
All Saints', Notting Hill, 
London, 31 August 1865; 
marr. at Holy Cross, Bear- 
sted, 1 1 June 1890. 



29 



Thomas Maitland of the= 
Hon'''' East India Com- 
pany's (Home) Service 
1796 to 29 September 
1830; born 20 July, bapt. 
at St. Mary Newington, co. 
Surrey, 7 August 1779; 
died 13 October, bur. in 
the graveyard attached to 
the Independent Meeting 
House, Tiverton, co. 
Devon, 18 October 1840. 



=Jane, dau. of Richard Gabb of 
the Town Mills, Guildford, co. 
Surrey, and Elizabeth (Betts) 
his wife (who were marr. at 
Holy Trinity, Guildford, 9 Oc- 
tober 1766); born 27 February 
1780; marr. at St. Mary 
Newington 11 August 1808; 
died 22 January, bur. at 
Palm Cemetery, Plymouth, co. 
Devon, 28 January 1864. 



Richard Maitland, Lieut, in the 
Hon'''* East India Company's 
Service (Madras Establishment) ; 
born 19 October, bapt. at St. 
Mary Newington 10 November 
1 781; died near Seringapatam, 
aged 17 years and 10 months, 13 
May 1798. 

Mary, born 2 August, bapt. at St. 
Mary Newington 9 August 1783 ; 
died aged 12, 16 October, bur. 
at Lock's Fields 22 October 1795. 



Jh^<r7Tta^ ^jKfuZipun^ ^OLOtJL^ 



Signature to Deed dated 11 December 1810. 







Signature to Deed dated 11 December 1810. 



Joseph Maitland, 
born 4 June, 
bapt. at Lock's 
Fields 14 July 
181 1 ; left Mel- 
bourne on the 
"Madagascar" 12 
August 1853, and 
was drowned at 



George Maitland, born 30 Au- 
gust, bapt. at Lock's Fields 27 
September 181 2 ; marr. at Cape 
Colony, Susan, dau. of Joseph 
McMaster, a planter there, and 
sister of Joseph McMaster of 
the Waldrons, Croydon, co. Sur- 
rey; he died s.p. at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, aged 71, 28 September 
bur. at Woking Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 3 October 1883. Will 
dated 4 January 1867, proved in 
the Principal Registry (837, 83) 
26 October 1883 by Susan Mait- 
land of Hampstead, co. Middle- 
sex, the relict and sole Extrix. 



Caroline, born 2 March, bapt. at Lock's 
Fields 10 March 1814 ; marr. at Llanba- 
darn Fawr, near Aberystwith, 21 Septem- 
ber 1850, Richard Joseph Dickins, born at 
Southbridge House, Croydon, 7 May, 
bapt. at St. John the Baptist, Croydon, 
9 June 1824 ; he died at Croydon, aged 
61, 5 September, bur. at Addington, co. 
Surrey, 9 September 1885. His will 
dated 17 August 1876, proved in the 
Principal Registry (780, 85) 30 September 
1885 by Caroline Dickins of Addiscombe 
Road, Croydon, the relict, and Richard 
Joseph Dickins, the son, the Exors. 



I 



William Maitland, born 15 April, bapt. at 
Lock's Fields 31 May 1813; marr., 6 Octo- 
ber 1840, Anna, dau. of George Dent and 
Elizabeth (Baynes) his wife; born in South- 
wark, CO. Surrey, in 181 1 ; he died s.p. at 
Addlestone, co. Surrey, 30 September, bur. 
at Weybridge Cemetery, co. Surrey, 3 Octo- 
ber 1880. Will dated 19 November 1853, 
proved in the Principal Registry 15 January 
1 88 1 by Anna Maitland of South Hill, 
Streatham Common, co. Surrey, the relict, 
one of the Exors. 



Arthur Maitland, born 21 March, bapt. at Lock's 
Fields 8 June 1817; died 27 December 1884, 
bur. at Biddenden, co. Kent, i January 1885. 

Emlin, born 10 March, bapt. at Lock's Fields 
13 June 1819; died, aged 27, 6 August, bur. at 
Norwood Cemetery 11 August 1846. 

Marianne, born 30 July, bapt. at Lock's Fields 
26 December 182 1. 



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Joseph Maitland of the Hon''i= East India= 
Company's (Home) Service; born 25 June, 
bapt. at St. Mary Newington, cc Surrey, 
12 July 1785; died at Sudbury, co. Suffolk, 
aged 81, 22 August, bur. at Nor\vood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, 30 August 1865. 
Will dated 2 May, proved in the Principal 
Registry (592, 65) 16 September 1865 by 
Robert Searles Maitland of Cushion Court, 
Old Broad Street, London, the son, and 
Richard Joseph Dickins of 155 Old Kent 
Road, CO. Surrey, the Exors. 



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Caroline, dau. of 
Michael Searles of 
The Terrace,01d Kent 
Road, London ; born 
26 July, bapt. at St. 
George - the - Martyr, 
Southwark, co. Sur- 
rey, 18 August 1785; 
marr. there 6 August 
i8io; died, aged 77, 
17 October, bur. at 
Norwood Cemetery 
24 October 1862. 



Alexander Maitland, born 
25 September, bapt. at St. 
Mary Newington 13 Oc- 
tober 1788; marr. there 
27 February 18 13, Eliza- 
beth Page. 

Louisa, born 29 March 
1793, bapt. at Lock's 
Fields, Walworth, co. Sur- 
rey ; died, aged 2 years 
and 4 months, 26 July, bur. 
at Lock's Fields i August 
1795- 



Mary, born 28 August 
1815, bapt. at Lock's 
Fields I February 1816; 
died 30 December 1881, 
bur. at Norwood Ceme- 
tery 6 January 1882. 

Sophia, born 12 Decem- 
ber 18 16, bapt. at Lock's 
Fields 9 March 181 7. 



Robert Searles= 
Maitland of 
Croydon, co. 
Surrey, born 18 
June, bapt. at 
Lock's Fields 
23 Aug. 1818. 



=Emma, dau. of John Tasker, 
J. P., thrice Mayor of Strat- 
ford-on-Avon, co. Warwick ; 
born 4 February 181 7, bapt. 
privately in her father's 
house ; marr. at St. James', 
Melbourne, Austraha, 1 1 
November 1841 ; died, aged 
73, 23 April, bur. at Norwood 
Cemetery i May 1890. 



Nathaniel Maitland, 
born 1 8 February, 
bapt. at Lock's 
Fields 15 April 
1820 ; died, aged 2 
years and 3 months, 
39 May, bur. at 
Lock's Fields 3 June 
1822. 



Emma Caroline, born at Melrose Cottage, 
Collingwood, Australia, 25 August, bapt. 
at the Wesleyan Chapel, Collingwood, on 
Thursday evening, 3 November 1842; died 
28 November 1842, bur. at Collingwood. 

Emma Caroline, born at Albany Road, 
Camberwell, co. Surrey, 4 March, bapt. at 
Emmanuel Church, Camberwell, 27 April 
1845; died 15 January, bur. in the Cata- 
combs, Norwood Cemetery, 22 January 
1848. 

Robert George Maitland, born at Camber- 
well 4 July, bapt. at All Saints', Norwood, 
3 October 1847; died 10 January, bur. in 
the Catacombs, Norwood Cemetery, 22 
January 1848. 



John Tasker Maitland= 
of Wadham College, 
Oxford, matriculated 
22 November 1867, 
B.A. 1870, M.A. 
1874; born 28 De- 
cember 1848, bapt. 
at All Saints', Nor- 
wood, II March 1849. 



=Anna, dau. of Thomas 
Biggs of Cublington, co. 
Bucks, and Susanna his 
wife, dau. of John Roads 
of Norduck in the parish 
of Aston Abbotts, co. 
Bucks; born at Edmonton, 
CO. Middlesex, 2 Decem- 
ber 1850; marr. at St. 
Matthew's, Croydon, co. 
Surrey, 6 May 1886. 



John Pelham Maitland, born at 
Croydon 31 March 1890, bapt. at 
St. John the Baptist, Croydon, 18 
February 1894. 



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Henry Maitland, born 24 December 1794, bapt.= 
at Lock's Fields, Walworth, co. Surrey, 26 
January 1795; died in London, aged 72, 14 
January, bur. at Norwood Cemetery 19 January 
1867. Will dated 8 November 1866, proved in 
the Principal Registry (356, 67) 3 May 1867 
by Edward Maitland of 5 Prospect Terrace, 
Upper Holloway, co. Middlesex, the son and 
sole Exor. 



=Frances, dau. of Cornelius 
Berry of Christ Church, 
Southwark, co. Surrey ; 
marr. by licence at Christ 
Church, Southwark, 16 Oc- 
tober 1824; died, aged 61, 
13 November, bur. at Nor- 
wood Cemetery 18 No- 
vember 1865. 



Eliza, born 16 
October 1796, 
bapt. at Lock's 
Fields 15 Feb- 
ruary 1797; died, 
aged 3 years and 
9 months, 26 
July ; bur. at 
Lock's Fields i 
August 1800. 



A\ 



Frederick Maitland of the Hon'''= East=j=Emma Knox, only child of John Edwin Maitland, 



India Company's (Home) Service ; 
born 26 November 1822, bapt. at Lock's 
Fields 20 April 1823. 



and Emma Rees ; born at Tenby, 
South Wales, 17 May 1844; bapt. 
privately at her father's house 
there ; marr. at St. Luke's, Chel- 
tenham, CO. Gloucester, 22 July 
1862. 



born 1 2 
bapt. at 
Fields i£ 
1826. 



April, 

Lock's 

June 



Frederick Orbell Maitland, born 1 7 
May, bapt. at St. Andrew's, Croy- 
don, CO. Surrey, 24 June 1863. 

Edith Emma, born at Tenby 3 
August, bapt. at St. Mary's, Tenby, 
26 August 1864; marr. at Rosslyn 
Chapel, Hampstead, co. Middle- 
sex, 3 June 1882, David Sydney 
Waterlow, 4th son of Sir Sydney 
Hedley Waterlow, Bart.; born 18 
December 1857. 



Sophie Beatrice, 
born 10 October, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Belsize Square, 
London, 16 Nov. 
1865 ; marr. at Ross- 
lyn Chapel, Hamp- 
stead, 23 Nov. 
1893, Bryan Lee 
Leesmith. 



I I I 
Robert Lindley Maitland of Pembroke 

College, Cambridge, B.A. 1890 ; born 

30 May, bapt. at St. Peter's, Belsize 

Square, 16 November 1865. 

Rhys Maitland, born 8 June, bapt. at 
St. Mary's Primrose Hill, London, 3 
July 1870. 

Eva Mary, born 24 March, bapt. at 
St. John the Baptist, Croydon, 20 
April 1872. 



Richard Joseph Maidand, born 2 
January, bapt. at St. John the Bap- 
tist, Croydon, 30 March 1851; 
marr, at St. Matthew's, Red Hill, co. 
Surrey, 20 August 1885, Matilda 
Rowed. 



Edward James Maitland, born 19 April, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Croydon, 31 May 1857; marr. before the Regis- 
trar of Holborn, co. Middlesex, 20 November 1880, 
Naomi, dau. of Ceorge William Cowell of Brighton and 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex, born 6 April, bapt. at St. Nicholas', 
Brighton, 20 September 1857. 



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Igaelman. 



Isaac Welman of Pounclsford=j=Jane, only child and heir of Robert 



Arms on record in the College 
of Arms. — Argent, on a bend 
gules, between two apples vert, 
three mullets or. 

Crisl. — A demi-lion argent, 
holding between the paws an 
apple as in the arms, charged 
with a mullet or. 

Motto. —Dei providentia juvat. 



Park, CO. Somerset (sot) of 
Lieut.-Colonel Simon Welman 
of Poundsford Park by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of Benjamin 
Hawkins of E.xeter, co. Devon) ; 
born at Cutliffs, near Pounds- 
ford, 2 2 February 1710; J. P. 
for CO. Somerset ; died at 
Yarde House, Taunton, co. 
Somerset, 9 February, bur. 
at Pitminster, co. Somerset, 21 
February 1782. M.I. Adffion 
dated 20 April 1782 to Thomas 
Welman of Poundsford Park, 
the son and next of kin. 




Tristram of Barnstaple, co. Devon, 
by Rebecca his 
wife, dau. of 
Rev. John Han- 
mer ; born 26 
March 17 19; 
marr. at Barn- 
staple (marr. 
settlement da- 
ted 13 April 
1737); died at 
Bath, aged 55, 
4 March, bur. at 
Pitminster 16 
March 1775. 




Seal of Robert Tris- 
tram of Exeter, who 
marr. Rebecca, only 
child of Rev. John 
Hanmer, M. A. , of 
Barnstaple, toa letter 
dated I June 1770. 



^MC n{lfnA4L, 



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Jane, born at 
Barnstaple 7 July 
1738, and bapt. 
there privately ; 
died, aged 82, 18 
Feb., bur. at Pit- 
minster 23 Feb. 
1821. M.I. 



Isaac Tristram 
Welman, born at 
Poundsford Park 
31 August 1739, 
and bapt. there 
privately; died at 
Axminster, co. 
Devon, aged 15, 
19 March, bur. 
at Pitminster 22 
March 1754. M.I. 



Elizabeth, dau.= 
of John Locke 
of Howleigh 
in the parish 
of Pitminster ; 
marr. 19 July 
1785; died, 
aged 21, 16 
March, bur. at 
Pitminster 28 
March 1788. 
ist wife. M.I. 



=ThomasWelman of Pounds-= 
ford Park; born 14 June 
1746, and bapt. privately 
at Poundsford Park ; died, 
aged 83, 28 Jan., bur. at Pit- 
minster II Feb. 1829. M.I. 
Will dated 20 Sept. 18 14 
with two codicils dated res- 
pectively 18 May 1824 and 
2 1 May in the same year ; 
proved (P.C.C. 188 Liver- 
pool') 6 March 1829, by the 
Hon"' Charlotte Marga- 
retta Welman, the relict, 
Rebecca Welman, thesister, 
and Rev. Henry William 
Gardiner, the Exors named 
in the will, and Richard 
Ash, Thomas Kingsbury 
and Rev. William Rooker, 
the Exors named in the ist 
codicil. 




=Hon'''' Charlotte Margaretta, 
3rd surviving dau. of Sir Gerard 
Noel-Noel of Exton Park, co. 
Rutland, Bart., by his ist wife 
Diana, Baroness Barham in her 
own right; born at Betchworth 
CO. Surrey, 6 May, bapt. there 
4 June 1792 ; marr. at Brigh- 
ton Parish Church, co. Sussex, 
22 January 18 13. She re-marr. 
at Taunton, i January 1839, 
Thomas Thompson of Van- 
brugh House, Blackheath, co. 
Kent. She died at Prior Park, 
Bath, 19 August, bur. at Locks- 
brook Cemetery, near Bath, 26 
August 1869. Memorial Brass 
at Pitminster. 2nd wife. 



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Elizabeth, born in 1786, and bapt. privately at Poundsford Park; 
marr. at Teignmouth, co. Devon, 3 July 1809, as his first wife, 
Charles Noel-Noel, 3rd Baron Barham, created ist Earl of Gains- 
borough 16 August 1 84 1 (son of Sir Gerard Noel-Noel of Exton Park, 
Bart., by his ist wife Diana, Baroness Barham); born 2 October 1781; 
died 10 June 1866. She died at Andover, co. Hants, aged 26, i 
December, bur. at Exton 14 December 181 1. Her remains were 
afterwards removed to Barham Court, near Maidstone, co. Kent. 



Isaac Locke Welman, 
born at Poundsford Park 
25 February, bapt. pri- 
vately there 31 March 
1788; died, aged 5 
months, 19 July, bur. at 
Pitminster 26 July 
1788. M.L 



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Rebecca, born at Pounds- 
ford Park, CO. Somerset, 

5 April, bapt. there 19 
April 1 748 ; died,aged 83, 

6 September, bur. at Pit- 
minster, CO. Somerset, 20 
September 1831. M.I. 



Elizabeth, born 13 June 1743, and bapt. privately: 
marr. in London 21 June 1769, John Meech of 
Bridehead, Dorchester (son of Thomas Meech, 
M.D., of Dorchester); died at Reading 11 March, 



bur. at St. Giles' there 18 
died at Poundsford, aged 52, 
Pitminster 20 February 1795. 



March 1803. She 
6 February, bur. at 
M.I. 

Seal of John Meech of Bridehead. 

Arms, Meech and Weare quarterly, 

impaling IVelman. 




Charles Noel Welman of Poundsford= 
Park and Norton Manor, co. Somerset, 
born at Poundsford 4 December 1814, 
and bapt. there privately; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Somerset ; late Captain in the 
West Somerset Yeomanry Cavalry. 



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=Annette Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Cornelius Henry 
Bolton of Maidenhead, Queen's County, Ireland, by 
Alicia his wife, dau. of Rev. William Sutton of Long- 
grage, near Wexford, born at Faithlegg, co. Waterford, 
2 January 1817; marr. at Campden, co. Gloucester, i 
May 1835; died at Clevedon, co. Somerset, i May, 
bur. at Taunton Cemetery, co. Somerset, 6 May 1887. 
Memorial Brass at Pitminster. 



Thomas Edward Welman, 
born at 5 1 Baker Street, Lon- 
don, 12 July 1837, and bapt. 
there privately ; died at Pit- 
minster 7 May, bur. there 18 
May 1841. M.I. 

Alice Rebecca, born at Pau 
21 January, bapt. there 10 
February 1839. A nun. 



Charles Caesar Welman,= 
born at Puddington, co. 
Devon, 5 March, bapt. 
there 29 March 1840; 
J. P. for CO. Somerset; 
late of the 49th Regi- 
ment of Foot, Major 
West Somerset Yeo- 
manry Cavalry 1880-83. 



=Eugenia Mary, dau. of Charles Henry 
Stonor of Lostock, co. Lancaster 
(brother of Thomas, 3rd Baron 
Camoys), by Sophia his wife, dau. of 
John Cary of Torre Abbey, co. Devon ; 
born at Holmvvood, near Reading, 6 
October, bapt. there 7 October 1838; 
marr. at the Church of the Assumption, 
Torquay, co. Devon, 26 November 
1862. 



Alice Mary, born at Torre Abbey 
19 December, bapt. 21 Decem- 
ber 1863, baptism registered at 
the Church of the Assumption, 
Torquay. A nun. 

Edward Charles Welman, born 
at Torre Abbey 3 March, bapt. 
5 March 1865, baptism regis- 
tered at the Church of the 
Assumption, Torquay ; matricu- 
lated at London University 1882, 
aged 1 7 ; died at Roorkee, India, 
14 July 1893, and was bur. there. 



Una Mary, born at Nor- 
ton Manor, CO. Somerset, 
I October, bapt. 3 Octo- 
ber 1866, baptism regis- 
tered at St. George's, 
Taunton. 

Mary Monica, born at 
Down's House, Taunton, 
23 October, bapt. 25 
October 1868, baptism 
registered at St. George's, 
Taunton. 

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Arthur Joseph Welman, born at 
Down's House,Taunton, 1 6 February, 
bapt. 18 February 1870, baptism 
registered at St. George's, Taunton ; 
matriculated at London University 
1887, aged 17. 

Blanche Frances, born at Down's 
House, Taunton, 25 July, bapt. 27 
July 1 87 1, baptism registered at St. 
George's, Taunton ; died at Down's 
Hou.se 18 September, bur. in Taunton 
Cemetery 22 September 1871. 




Sheriff's Seal of Isaac Welman of Poundsford 
Park, CO. Somerset, High Sheriff for co. 
Somerset 1710, father of Lieut. -Colonel Simon 
Welman of Poundsford Park. 



Augusta Charlotte, 
born at Pitminster, co. 
Somerset, 2 1 March 
1 84 1, and bapt. pri- 
vately the same day. 

Emily Georgiana, born 
at Norton Manor, co. 
Somerset, 14 April, 
bapt. at Norton Fitz- 
warren, co. Somerset, 
4 June 1844 ; died at 
Norton 11 May, bur. 
at Pitminster 19 May 
1845. M.I. 



Arthur Nelson= 
Welman, born at 
Norton Manor 
26 November 
1845; bapt. at 
Norton Fitzwar- 
ren 8 January 
1846 ; late of the 
66th Regiment, 
and of the West 
Somerset Yeo- 
manry Cavalry. 



=Katherine Fearing, 
only dau. of Charles 
Strong of New 
York, U.S.A.; born 
at New York 28 
February 1851, and 
bapt. at Trinity 
Church there; marr. 
at the Oratory, 
Brompton, London, 
I August 1878. 



Mary Maude, born at Norton 
Manor 27 Nov. 1846; bapt. at 
Norton Fitzwarren 16 Jan. 1847 ; 
marr. at St. George's, Taunton, 
3 Oct. 1865, Charles Joseph 
Stonor of Anderton Hall, Chor- 
ley, CO. Lane, (son of Charles 
Henry Stonor of Lostock, co. 
Lane, by Sophia his wife, dau. 
of John Cary of Torre Abbey, 
CO. Devon) ; born at Foxcote, 
Ilmington, co. Warwick, 4 Aug., 
bapt. there 5 Aug. 1837 ; J.P. 
for CO. Lancaster. 



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Edith Mary, born at 50 Elgin Crescent, London, 
21 January, bapt. 23 January 1873, baptism regis- 
tered at St. Francis, Notting Hill, London. A nun. 

Gertrude Mary, born at Norton Manor 18 August, 
bapt. 20 August 1874, baptism registered at St. 
George's, Taunton, died 31 August in the same 
year, and was bur. at Taunton Cemetery 2 Sept. 



Veronica Mary, born at Fitzroy House, 
Taunton, 14 April, bapt. 17 April 1876, 
baptism registered at St. George's, Taunton. 

Cyril John Welman, born at Fitzroy House, 
Taunton, 24 November, bapt. in the Oratory 
at Norton Manor 26 November 1878. 



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Maurice Noel 
Welman, born at 
Norton Manor, 
CO. Somerset, 7 
Nov. 1847 ; bapt. 
at Norton Fitz- 
warren, co. Som- 
erset, 2 1 Jan. 
1848 ; matricu- 
lated at London 
University 1865, 
aged 18; died in 
London 30 Jan., 
bur. at Oscott 
College, near Bir- 
mingham, 3 Feb. 
1867. 



Frederick Tristram= 
Welman, born at Nor- 
ton Manor ig Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at Norton 
Fitzwarren 21 March 
1849 j served with 
the Papal Zouaves 
1868-69. 



=Mary, dau. of 
Brisco Ray of Tor- 
quay, CO. Devon ; 
born at Sydney, 
New South Wales, 
9 June 1859 ; 
marr. at Torquay 
28 August 1883. 



Agnes Mary Stella, 
born 22 January, 
bapt. at Torquay 
2 February 1886. 



BlancheKatherine,bornat Norton 
Manor 18 June 1851, and bapt. at 
the Franciscan Convent, Taunton; 
died at Bournemouth, 30 Nov., 
bur. there 3 Dec. 18S7. 

Frances Agnes, born at Norton 
Manor 27 Sept., bapt. in the 
Oratory there 3 Oct. 1852; marr. 
at Taunton 9 June 1874, Cyril 
James Wilson (son of Robert 
Wilson of Clapham, co. Surrey) ; 
born at Westminster 21 Aug., 
bapt. at Christ Church, West- 
minster, 19 Sept. 1850. 



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Gerard Wilfrid= 
Welman, born 
at Norton 

Manor 4 July, 
bapt. in the 
Oratory there 
8 July 1854; 
late Govern- 
ment Secre- 
tary at Se- 
langor. Straits 
Settlements. 



^Catherine Maud Mor- 
wenna, 4th dau. of Rev. 
Sir Paul William Moles- 
worth of Pencarrow, co. 
Cornwall, Bart., by Jane 
Frances his wife, dau. of 
Gordon William Francis 
Gregor of Trewarthe- 
nick, CO. Cornwall, Cap- 
tain in the Welsh 
Fusiliers ; born at Tre- 
warthenick 30 July, bapt. 
at Cornelly, co. Corn- 
wall, 3 Sept. i860; marr. 
at Lanherne Chapel, St. 
Mawgan, co. Cornwall, 
5 Sept. 1888. 



Henry Acton= 
Welman, born 
at Norton 
Manor 1 1 
April, bapt. 
in the Oratory 
there 15 April 
1856; matri- 
culated at 
London Uni- 
versity 1873, 
aged 17. 



Blanche Mary, born at 
Krian Perak, Straits Settle- 
ments, 25 June 1889, and 
bapt. there privately. 



Hilda Katherine, born at 
New Quay, co. Cornwall, 
26 October, bapt. there 
30 October 1890. 



=Mary Lzetitia, 3rd Annette Josephine, 

dau. of Rev. Sir born at Norton 

Paul William Moles- Manor 8 March 

worth of Pencar- 1858, and bapt. in 

row, Bart., by Jane the Oratory there. 

Frances his wife, 

dau. of Gordon 

William Francis 

Gregor of Trewar- 

thenick ; born at 

Clapham 17 Nov., 

bapt. at St. James' 

Church there 23 

Dec. 1858 ; marr. 

at Penzance, co. 

Cornwall, 15 June 

1882. 



Frances Morwenna, born in London 
31 May, bapt. at St. James', Spanish 
Place, London, 4 June 1883. 

Irene Genevieve, born in London 3 
Jan., bapt. 10 Jan. 1887, baptism 
registered at the Church of Our Lady 
of the Rosary, Marylebone Road, Lon- 
don ; died at New Quay 2 June, bur. 
at Lanherne Chapel, St. Mawgan, 6 
June 1894. 



Gilbert Molesworth Wel- 
man, born at New Quay 
16 Sept., bapt. there 17 
Sept. 1888. 

Paul Arundell Welman, 
born at New Quay 22 
Jan., bapt. there 24 Jan. 
1890. 



Adela Mary, born at Surbiton, 
CO. Surrey, 7 April, bapt. 1 1 April 
1 89 1, baptism registered at St. 
Raphael's, Kingston. 

Henry Bolton Welman, born at 
Surbiton 20 May, bapt. 24 May 
1893, baptism registered at St. 
Raphael's, Kingston. 



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HATCHMENT 

used at the Funeral of Isaac IVe/mau, who died 
g February, jj82. 



Arms. — Quarterly: I and 4, Welman ; 2 and 3, Hawkins; 
and on an escutcheon of pretence, Tristram and Hanmer 
quarterly. 




HATCHMENT 

used at the Funeral of Elizabeth, wife of Thovias 

Welman, and daughter of John Locke, ivho died 

i6 March 1788. 

/lr«M.— Quarterly, i and 4, Welman; 2 and 3, Tristram; 
and on an escutcheon of pretence, Locke. 




t^k^;:Zeie^ /^i^Jse^nrycyf^^ffOirU-fw-fii^y. 




jHolestoortj). 



Kathrine, eldest 
dau. of Paul 
Treby-Treby of 
Plympton, co. 
Devon, by Letitia 
Anne his wife, 
dau. of Sir Wil- 
liam Trelawny, 
6th Bart., Gover- 
nor of Jamaica ; 
bapt. at Plymp- 
ton St. Mary 26 
August 1789; 
marr. there 6 
November 181 7 ; 
died, aged 33, 
26 May, bur. at 
St. Breoke, co. 
Arms on record in the College Cornwall, 3 Tune 



=f=Rev. William Molesworth=j='Frances Susanna, 3rd 



of Arms. — Gules, an escutcheon 
vair, between eight crosses 
crosslet argent. 

Crest. — An arm in armour em- 
bowed proper, holding a cross 
crosslet or. 

Motto. — Sic fidem teneo. 



1823. ist wife. 



(2nd son of Sir William 
Molesworth, 6th Bart., by 
Caroline Treby his wife, 
dau. of Paul Henry Ourry); 
bapt. at Egloshayle, co. 
Cornwall, 5 Nov. 1792; 
of St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 18 14, M.A. 
1817, Rector of Bea- 
worthy,co. Devon, and St. 
Breoke 1816, and of St. 
Ervan, co. Cornwall, 
1817 ; died, aged 58, 28 
March, bur. at St. Breoke 
4 April 1 85 1. Will da- 
ted 31 Jan. 1849, proved 
(Prin. Reg. 404, 51) 20 
May 185 1, by Frances 
Susanna Molesworth, the 
relict, the . Rev. Hugh 
Henry Molesworth and 
the Rev. Paul William 
Molesworth, the sons, and 
James Wentworth Buller, 
the Exors. 



dau. of James Buller of 
Downes, co. Devon, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of the 
Rt. Rev. William Buller, 
Bishop of Exeter; born 
at Downes, and bapt. at 
Crediton, co. Devon, 16 
July 1796; marr. at 
Crediton 10 February 
1829; died, aged 72, 
9 December, bur. at 
St. Breoke 18 December 

1868. Will dated 7 
July 1868, proved (Prin. 
Reg. 44, 6g) 22 January 

1869, by Frances Crau- 
furd (wife of Edward 
Henry John Craufurd) 
of 89 Belgrave Road, 
London, the dau., and 
Edward Henry John 
Craufurd of 89 Belgrave 
Road aforesaid, the 
Exors. 




cS/cA>y4^ ^•/^^^^^i^'.^-^f^ 




Rev. Sir Hugh Henry Molesworth (succeeded= 
as 9th Bart, on the death of his cousin, the Rt. 
Hon'''^ Sir William Molesworth, the 8th Bart.); 
born 13 October 18 18, and bapt. at St. Breoke 
the same day; of St John's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1840, Rector of St. Petrock 
Minor, co. Cornwall ; died at St. Petrock 
Minor, aged 43, 6 January, bur. there 11 
January 1862. M.I. Will dated 16 May 
i86i, proved Prin. Reg., 105, 62) 15 February 
1862, by Caroline Molesworth of Cobham, co. 
Surrey, the aunt. Rev. Sir Paul William 
Molesworth of Clapham, co. Surrey, Bart., 
and Walter Hele Molesworth of Compton, co. 
Devon, the brothers, the Exors. 



■^ §/l/u.^7^ 



=Beatrice Anne, dau. of Charles 
Prideaux-Brune of Prideaux 
Place, Padstow, co. Cornwall, 
by Frances Mary his wife, dau. 
and coheir of Edmund John 
Glynn of Glynn, co. Cornwall ; 
born at Cheltenham, co. Glou- 
cester 4 June 1 83 1, and bapt. 
there ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 15 
July 1856. 

(See Prideaux-Brune Pedigree, 
Vol. II., page 100.) 



Montague Treby 
Molesworth, Lieut. 
R.N. ; bapt. at 
Egloshayle, co. 

Cornwall, 30 Octo- 
ber 1819 ; killed by 
the natives off the 
coast of Mada- 
gascar 2 5 March 
1844, while serving 
on board H.M.S. 
" Cleopatra." 




Hugh Prideaux Molesworth, 
born 17 June 1857; died 
and bur. at Little Petherick, 
CO. Cornwall, the same day. 



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Frances, born and bapt. at St. Breoke, co, Cornwall, 23 January 
1830; marr. at St. Dunstan's, Fleet Street, London, 6 October 
1863, Edward Henry John Craufurd of Auchenames and Crosbie, 
CO. Ayr (eldest son of John Craufurd of Auchenames by Sophia 
Marianna his wife, dau. of Major-General Horace Churchill, and 
great granddaughter of Sir Robert Walpole, K.G.); born 9 De- 
cember 1816 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1841, M.A. 
1844, Barrister of the Inner Temple 1845, J. P. and D.L. for 
counties of Ayr and Bute, M.P. for Ayr 1852-75 ; died at Porten- 
cross, CO. Ayr, 29 August, bur. at the cemetery at Largs, co. Ayr, 
3 September 1887. Confirmation at the Principal Registry, dated 
17 November 1887, of the Commisariat of co. Ayr, dated 31 
October 1887, of Frances Molesworth or Craufurd, the widow, 
John Philip Martineau of 36 Theobald's Road, Gray's Inn, 
London, and William John Dundas, Clerk to the Signet, 
Edinburgh, as surviving Exors nominated in his will. 



James Molesworth, Lieut. 
Royal Fusiliers ; bapt. at 
St. Breoke 29 June 1832; 
died at Malta 5 October 
1854, and bur. there. 
Will dated 18 March 
1854, proved (Prin. Reg., 
529. 55). 18 June 1855, 
by Caroline Molesworth, 
spinster, the aunt, James 
Wentworth BuUer, the 
uncle, and the Rev. Hugh 
Henry Molesworth, the 
brother, the Exors. 



I 



Rev. Sir Paul William Molesworth, loth Bart., born at St.= 
Breocke 13 January 1821, bapt. there privately the same day; 
of St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1843, M.A. 1846, Rector 
of Tetcott, CO. Devon ; died 23 December, bur. at the Lanherne 
Convent Cemetery, St. Mawgan, co. Cornwall, 27 December 1889. 
Will dated 18 August 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 160, 90) 11 Feb- 
ruary 1890, by Dame Jane Frances Molesworth of The Tower, 
New Quay, co. Cornwall, the relict, and Sir Lewis William 
Molesworth of Poyle Manor, Colnbrook, co. Bucks, Bart., the 
son, the Eicors. 




=Jane Frances, eldest dau. of 
Gordon William Francis 
Gregor of Trewarthenick, co. 
Cornwall, who assumed that 
name in lieu of his patro- 
nymic Booker, when his wife 
Loveday Sarah, dau. of 
Francis Glanville of Catch- 
french, co. Cornwall, was 
left that property by Charlotte 
Ann Gregor ; born at Daw- 
lish, CO. Devon, 25 January, 
bapt. there 23 February 1818 ; 
marr. at Cornelly, co. Corn- 
wall, 25 September 1849. 



Loveday Barbara, 
born 2 1 March, 
bapt. at Tetcott 18 
April 1852. A nun 
at Lanherne Con- 
vent, St. Mawgan. 



Sir Lewis William Molesworth,=Jean Graham, 2nd dau. of General Daniel 



nth Bart., born 31 October, 
bapt. at Cornelly, 4 December 
1853; educated at Beaumont 
and Stonyhurst Colleges. 



Marsh Frost, late of the United States 
Army, and now of St. Louis, Mo., U.S.A., 
by Eliza his wife, dau. of Colonel Richard 
Graham, United States Army ; born at 
Hazelwood, near St. Louis, Mo., 24 Dec. 
1858; marr. at St. Louis, Mo., 3 June 1875. 



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Walter Hele Molesworth, born 26 May,= 
bapt. at St. Breoke, co. Cornwall, 27 
May 1823; died at Rochampton, co. 
Surrey, 12 January, bur. at I'lympton .St. 
Mary, co. Devon, 16 January 1885. Will 
dated 11 November 1868, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 149, 85) 19 February 1S85 by Sir 
Paul William Molesworth of Kenegie, Pen- 
zance, CO. Cornwall, Bart., the brother and 
surviving Exor. 



=Frances Mary, only dau. of Rear-Admiral Henry 
Duncan Twysdcn, R.N., by Mary hi.s wife, dau. of 
Sir William Jervis Twysden, 7th Bart. ; born 15 June, 
bapt. at 'l'ovvn.stal, co. Devon, i July 182 1; marr. 
at Stonehouse, Plymouth, co. Devon, 10 March 
1 849, died 17 July, bur. at Horwood, near Bideford, co. 
Devon, 20 July 1892. Admon was granted at the Prin- 
cipal Registry 17 September 1892, to Blanche Mary 
Twysden Myers (wife of Arthur Bowen Richards 
Myers) of 43 Gloucester Street, Belgrave Road, 
Pimlico, London, the dau. and next of kin. 



Katherine Twysden, born at Plympton, co. 
Devon, 29 Jan., bapt. at Plympton St. Maurice 
I March 1851 ; marr. at the Parish Church, 
Kensington, London, 3 July 1871, Rev. John 
Dene of Horwood (eldest son of Rev. Arthur 
Dene of Horwood by Frances Carew, dau. of 
John Were Clarke of Bridwell, co. Devon) ; 
born at Bridwell House, in the parish of 
Halberton, co. Devon, 29 Dec. 1845, bapt. 
there privately 3 Jan. 1846; of St. John's 
College, Oxford, matriculated 8 Feb. 1866, 
aged 20, B.A. 1868, Rector of Horwood 
and Newton Tracey, co. Devon. 



I 



Blanche Mary Twysden, born 18 Feb., bapt. 
at Egg Buckland, co. Devon, 24 April 1853; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 1 5 
Jan. 1878, Arthur Bowen Richards Myers, 
Brigade Surgeon Lieut. -Colonel late Scots 
Guards (son of John Powell Matthew and 
Mary Anna Myers of Ivy Tower, near Tenby, 
CO. Pembroke) ; born at Ivy Tower 16 Aug., 
bapt. at St. Florence, near Tenby, 4 Sept. 
1838. 



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Cordelia Twysden, born 7 Jan., bapt. at Egg Buck- 
land 25 Feb. 1855 ; marr. at Plympton St. Mary 
15 Jan. 1873, 'he Hon'''^ Edward Henry Legge, 
Lieut. -Colonel late Coldstream Guards (son of 
William, 4th Earl of Dartmouth, by Frances his 
wife, 2nd dau. of George, 5th Viscount Barrington); 
born at Sandwell Park, Birmingham, 23 April, bapt. 
at All Saints', West Bromwich, co. Stafford, 14 Oct. 
1834; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 12 
June 1851, aged 17, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1861 ; Assis- 
tant Sergeant-at-Arms to the House of Commons 
since 1885. =j= 

Imogen Isabella Twysden, born 14 Sept., bapt. at 
Plympton St. Mary 25 Oct. 1857 ; marr. at Instow, 
CO. Devon, 26 July 1881, Rev. Richard Johnstone 
(son of James Johnstone, M.D., F.R.C.P., by Maria 
Mary Payne his wife, eldest dau. of Joseph Webster 
of Penn, co. Stafford) ; born at Edgbaston Hall, co. 
Warwick, 4 Feb., bapt. at Edgbaston Parish Church 
21 June 1845 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1867, M.A. 1870, Rector of Yoxall, Burton-on-Trent, 
CO. Stafford; died at Birmingham 27 June, bur. at 
St. Michael's Churchyard, Stone, co. Stafford, 30 
June 1894. =T= 



Paul Francis Moles- 
worth, born 23 Jan., 
bapt. at Cornelly, co. 
Cornwall, 8 March 
1855 ; died 1 1 Dec, 
bur. in the Catholic 
Cemetery, Mortlake, 
CO. Surrey, 18 Dec. 
1863. 

Margaret Dorothea, 
born 18 Oct., bapt. 
at St. Ewe, co. Corn- 
wall, 18 Nov. 1856. 
A nun of The Good 
Shepherd. 



Mary Letitia, born 17 November, 
bapt. at St. James', Clapham, co. 
Surrey, 23 December 1858; marr. 
at Penzance 15 June 1882, Henry 
Acton Welman (son of Charles 
Noel Welman of Norton Manor, 
CO. Somerset, by Annette Elizabeth 
his wife, eldest dau. of Cornelius 
Henry Bolton of Maidenhead, 
Queen's County, Ireland) ; born 
at Norton Manor 1 1 April, bapt. 
in the Oratory there 15 April 1856. 



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Katharine Maud Morwenna, born 30 
July, bapt. at Cornelly 3 Sept. i860; 
marr. at Lanherne Chapel, St. Mawgan, 
CO. Cornwall, 5 Sept. 1888, Gerard 
Wilfrid Welman (son of Charles Noel 
Welman of Norton Manor by Annette 
Elizabeth his wife, eldest dau. of Cor- 
nelius Henry Bolton of Maidenhead, 
Queen's County) ; born at Norton 
Manor 4 July, bapt. in the Oratory there 
8 July 1854; late Government Secre- 
tary at Selangor, Straits Settlements. 



I 



IMcItion. 




Thomas Weldon of Bramley Hall,= 
Handsworth, West Riding, co. York 
(only surviving child of William Weldon 
and Mary his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Ford); born 25 December 1770, bapt. 
at the Parish Church, Sheffield, 27 
January 1771; died 4 December, bur. 
at Handsworth 10 December 1846. 



A rms OH record in the College 
of Arms. — Per fess argent and 
gules, on a pale a demi-lion 
couped in chief, and a cinque- 
foil in base, all counter-changed. 

Crest. — A demi-lion couped 
argent gutte de sang, resting 
the sinister paw on two links of 
a collar of SS. 

Motto. — Bien fait. 



=Elizabeth, dau. of John and 
Mary Stacey of Sheffield; 
born 18 August, bapt. at 
the Parish Church, Shef- 
field 25 September 1774; 
marr. there 5 February 
1801 ; died 5 September, 
bur. at Handsworth 1 1 
September 1863. 



Mary, born 24 
December 1804, 
bapt. at Hands- 
worth 13 March 
1805; marr. there 
25 April 1827, 
Robert Dymond, 
M.D., of Bolton 
Hall, Bolton-on- 
Dearn, West 

Riding, co. York 
(son of John 
Dymond, M.D., 
of Bolton Hall) ; 
born in August 
1799; died 22 
November 1858. 
She died 2 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Bol- 
ton-on-Dearn 6 
February 1869. 



William Weldon,= 
only son, born 
28 June, bapt. 
at Handsworth 
1 1 September 
1806; died 29 
March, bur. at 
Handsworth 4 
April 1838. 



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=Hannah, dau. and coheir of 
John Wright of Litherland 
House, CO. Lancaster; born 
9 May 1813 ; marr. at St. 
Anne's, Liverpool, 15 June 
1836; died at Windsor, co. 
Berks, aged 61, 16 January, 
bur. in the cemetery there 20 
January 1875. 




Arms of Wright on record in the 
College of Arms. — Azure, two bars 
invected or, in chief three leopards' 
faces jessant de lis of the last. 



William Henry Weldon of the College of Arms, London,= 
only child ; born at Wath-upon-Dearn, co. York, 8 April, 
bapt. at Handsworth 9 June 1837 ; late of the Liniskilling 
Dragoons and 18th Hussars. Appointed Rouge Dragon 
27 January 1870, Windsor Herald 20 April 1880, 
Registrar of the College of Arms 1886, Norroy King of 
Arms 10 March 1894. 



=Georgina, dau. of Morgan Thomas 
(afterwards Treherne) of the Gate 
House, Mayfield, co. Sussex, J. P. 
and D.L., sometime M.P. for Coven- 
try, CO. Warwick ; born 24 May 1837 ; 
marr. at the Parish Church, Aldershot, 
CO. Hants, 21 April i860. 




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iSurfee of auberies, 
iSuImer, co. €sse):. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Or, a cross gules, in the dexter canton a 
lion rampant, sable. 

Crest. — A cat-a-mountain sejant, guardant 
proper, collared and chained or. 

Motto. — Ung roy, ung foy, ung loy. 



John French Burke (son of Joseph= 
Burke of London, by Jane his wife, 
dau. of Simon Arthur Hyacinth 
French of Frenchbrook, co. Ros- 
common, Ireland) ; born at Dublin 19 
March 1776; died at Regent's Park, 
London, aged 77, 9 July, bur. at St. 
Pancras Catholic Cemetery 7 July 
1854. Portrait at Auberies. 



=Katherine Sarah 
Thome, marr. 18 
January 1799 J 
died at Green- 
wich, CO. Kent, 
aged 51, 25 July 
1826. 



John French Burke, 
born at Lisbon 15 Oct. 
1802 ; died 8 June, 
bur. at Croydon Ceme- 
tery, CO. Surrey, 14 June 
1882. 

Edmund Plunkett Burke, 
born at Lisbon 16 Dec. 
1803 ; of Caius College, 
Cambridge, and of the 
Inner Temple, Barrister- 
at-Law, first puisne judge 
of the Island of St. Lucia, 
British West Indies ; 
died on the Island of 
Dominica in the West 
Indies, from injuries re- 
ceived in a hurricane, 
20 Sept. 1834, aged 30, 
and was bur. in the 
Cemetery of Roseau, 
Dominica. 



James St. George Burke, Q.C.=j=Anne Eliza, dau. of John 
of the Middle Temple, and Grubb of Horsendon House, 



of Auberies, Bulmer, co. 
Essex ; born at Lisbon 20 
December 1804; gazetted 
Q.C. 28 November 1863; 
died in London 25 February, 
bur. at Bulmer 4 March 
1881. M.I. Will dated 11 
October 1880, proved in the 
Principal Registry 2 April 
i88r, by Robert Samuel 
Grubbe and Edward Walter 
Grubbe, both of 5 Chepstow 
Place, London, and Arthur 
Horsenden Henry of 73 
Redcliffe Gardens, three of 
the Exors. Portrait at 
Auberies. 



CO. Bucks, J. P. and D.L., by 
Sarah Anne his wife, dau. of 
the Rev. William Henry 
Carrington, Rector of Holy 
Trinity, Exeter, and Per- 
petual Curate of Ide, co. 
Devon ; born at Ide 20 Au- 
gust, bapt. there 9 November 
181 1 ; marr. at Horsendon 
3 December 1835; died at 
London 16 November, bur. 
at Kensal Green Cemetery 2 1 
November 1855. Her re- 
mains were subsequently 
removed to Bulmer. Portrait 
at Auberies. 

(See Grubbe Pedigree, Vol. I., 
page 27.) 



Fanny, 
died an 
infant 
I o days 
old. 




Edmund St. George Burke, born 3 October 1836 ; 
died in London 19 May 1842, bur. at Horsendon. 

Hubert Plunkett Burke of Auberies, Bulmer, 
CO. Essex; born 15 November 1837; of the 
91st Highlanders, served in the Indian Mutiny, 
exchanged into 8th King's Royal Irish Hus- 
sars, and served with that regiment in the 
Afghan War, retired as Lieut.-Colonel in 1881 ; 
died at Auberies 28 September, bur. at Bulmer 3 
October 1881. Will dated 10 April 18S1, proved 
in the Principal Registry 14 November 1881, by 
Walter St. George Burke of Auberies, Captain 
Royal Engineers, and Francis Eustace Burke of 
Members' Mansions, Westminster, the brothers, 
the Exors. 

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Anna Rosa, born 12 February 1839; died 
at Auberies 2 November, bur. at Kensal 
Green Cemetery 8 November 1865 ; 
remains removed to Bulmer in August 1881. 

Frances Constance, born 9 September 1 840 ; 
marr. at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 
London, 12 December 1882, as his 2nd wife, 
Walter Johnson ^Veller-Poley of Edward- 
stone House, CO. Suffolk (son of George 
Weller-Poley of Boxted Hall, co. Suffolk, 
by Helen Sophia his wife, dau. of James 
Fisher of Browston Hall, co. Suffolk) ; born 
at Boxted 24 June 1827; J.P.forco. Suffolk. 
She died at Edwardstone 17 December, 
bur. at Bulmer 22 December 1888. 



Walter St. George= 
Burke, of Au- 
beries, Bulmer, co. 
Essex, born 27 
April 1842; Lieut,- 
Colonel (retired 
1882) Royal En- 
gineers, J. P. for 
counties of Suf- 
folk and Essex. 



=Mary Ann Amy Macrae, dau. 
of George Fergusson Cockburn 
of the Indian Civil Service, and 
grand-dau. of Lord Cockburn, 
Lord of Session, Edinburgh ; 
bom at Calcutta 29 August 
1855, bapt. there; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, Richmond, co. 
Surrey, 6 June 1877. 



fltift^<^1'yu/i^^^ 



Ulick John Burke of= 
Broxhead Warren, 
Alton, CO. Hants ; 
born 29 July 1843, 
and bapt. at Redhill, 
CO. Surrey ; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 16 Octo- 
ber 1861, aged 18, 
B.A. 1865, a Student 
of the Inner Temple 
22 April 1864, called 
to the Bar 30 April 
1867, J. P. for counties 
of Essex and Hants. 



=Edith Charlotte, 
dau. of Nathaniel 
Clarke Barnardis- 
ton of The Ryes, 
Sudbury, co. Suf- 
folk, by Sophia 
his wife, dau. of 
George Robert 
Eyres of Caven- 
ham House, co. 
Norfolk; born 25 
October 1845; 
marr. at Little 
Henny, co. Essex, 
5 August 1869. 



Violet, born at Chester Square, 
London, 31 July, bapt. at Long 
Melford, co. Suffolk, 4 Sep- 
tember 1870. 

Ulick Roland Burke, born at 
Chester Square 23 January 
1872, bapt. at St. Michael's, 
Chester Square. 



Kathleen Laura, born at Wimble- 
don, CO. Surrey, 28 May, bapt. at 
Wimbledon 29 June 1873. 

Dorothy, born at Clarendon Road, 
Kensington, London, 21 March, 
bapt. at St. Mary Abbott's, Ken- 
sington, 27 April 1877. 



Norah Rachel, born at 
Southampton 10 April, 
bapt. at Richmond 21 May 
1878. 

Redmond St. George Burke, 
born at Southampton 21 
July, bapt. at Bulmer 7 
September 1879. 

Hubert Francis Burke, 
born at Woolwich, co. 
Kent, 8 October, bapt. 
there 12 November 1880. 



Charles Dominick Burke, Edmund Plunkett Burke, born at 
born at Woolwich 24 Jan- Auberies 13 June, bapt. at Sudbury, 
uary 1882, and bapt. there, co. Suffolk, 16 July 1885. 



Harold French Burke, 
born at Auberies 28 
February, bapt. at Bulmer 
8 April 1883. 



Amy Evelyn, born at 
Auberies 24 June, bapt. 
at Groton, co. Suffolk, 2 
August 1884. 



Michael Laurence Burke, born at 

Auberies 5 June, bapt. at Sudbury, 
I August 1888. 

Geraldine Margaret, born at Au- 
beries 16 January, bapt. at Bulmer 
8 March 1891. 

Constance Audrey, born at Auberies 

20 May, bapt. at Bulmer 16 July 
1893. 



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Rowland Henry Burke, born at 
Barnet, co. Herts, 24 August 
1844; died at Auberies, Bulmer, 
CO. Essex, 28 June, bur. at Kensal 
Green Cemetery 3 July 1861 ; 
remains removed to Bulmer in 
August 1 88 1. 

Rachel Edith, born at Park Street, 
Westminster, 19 November 1845. 



Mary Alice, born at Woolmer 
Lodge, CO. Hants, 12 August 1847. 



I . 
Francis Eustace Burke= 
of Terriers, High Wy- 
combe, CO. Bucks ; born 
at Porchester Terrace, 
Bayswater, London, 8 
November 1848, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, Bays- 
water, 5 May 1849; 
Civil Engineer, J. P. for 
CO. Bucks. 



=Mary Alice, dau. of Charles Green- 
street Addison of the Inner 
Temple, Barrister-at-Law, by Fran- 
ces Octavia his wife, dau. of James 
Wolfe Murray, Lord Cringletie, 
of Cringletie, co. Peebles, Sena- 
tor of the College of Justice, 
Scotland ; born in London 13 
July 1861 ; marr. at Brompton 
Parish Church, London, 16 April 
1884. 



John Addison Burke, born at Ashburn Place, 
Kensington, London, 23 June 1885, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, London. 



Harold Arthur Burke of 7 Vic- 
toria Road, Kensington ; born 
at Porchester Terrace, Bays- 
water, 28 Jan., bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Bayswater, 12 June 
1852 ; Artist, a Freeman of the 
City of London, and Livery- 
man of the Skinners' Company; 
marr. at Rochester Cathedral 1 2 
Jan. 1893, Beatrix Mary Clifford, 
dau. of Stephen Thomas A veling 
of The Restoration House, 
Rochester, by Mary Phcebe his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. Richard 
Samuel Clifford, M.A., of Trinity 
College, Dublin, and Vicar 
of St. Mary's, Norton, Folgate, 
London ; born at Rochester 
28 Sept., bapt. at Rochester 
Cathedral 25 Nov. 1874. 



Charles Carrington^ 
Burke of Michen- 
hall, Godalming,co. 
Surrey, born at Por- 
chester Terrace, 
Bayswater, 8 July 
1853, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Bayswater, 
19 January 1854; 
of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1876, M.A. 1879. 



^Frances, dau. of Charles 
Greenstreet Addison of 
the Inner Temple, 
Barrister-at-Law, by 
Frances Octavia his 
wife, dau. of James 
^Volfe Murray, Lord 
Cringletie, of Cringletie ; 
born 29 July 1852 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens, Lon- 
don, 7 December 1882. 



Hugh St. George Melville 
Addison Burke, born at 
Folkestone, co. Kent, 15 
June 1884, and bapt. 
there. 



Anne Eliza (Amy), 
born at Porches- 
ter Terrace i o 
November, bapt. 
privately 2 1 No- 
vember 1855, bap- 
tism registered at 
HolyTrinity, Bays- 
water ; died at 
Auberies 3 June, 
bur. at Bulmer 8 
June 1876. 




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^nlin of l^mton iHJlartel, to. Bors^et. 




Arms on record in the College 
of Arms. — Argent, a lion rampant 
gules, debruised by a bend gobony 
or and azure. 

Motto. — Inspice. 



James Lukin of Teddington, co. Middlesex^ 
(eldest son of William 
Lukin of Little Dun- 
mow, CO. Essex, by Ann 
his wife, dau. of James 
Stokes of Great Dun- 
mow, CO. Essex); born 
at Little Dunmow lo 
September 1736; died 
1 1 October, bur. in the 
Old Parish Church of 
Teddington 17 October 
1823. Will dated 14 
September 1823, with 
codicil of same date, proved in London 22 
October 1823, by James William Lukin, 
the son, one of the Exors (Middlesex, 584 
Richards). Portrait at Hinton Martel. 




Seal used by William 
Lukiii of Little Dun- 
mow, CO. Essex. 



=Mary Kemp, 
died, aged 80, 
24 September, 
bur. at the Old 
Parish Church 
of Teddington 
30 September 
1 8 14. Portrait 
by Sir Thomas 
Laurence at 
Hinton Martel. 



Elizabeth Ann, 
born in 1766, 
marr. at Tedding- 
ton, William Dale 
Farr of Iford, co. 
Hants (son of 
William Farr, 
M.D., F.R.S., of 
Iford) ; born at 
Ifordz Jan. 1772; 
died there, aged 
93, 2 Jan. bur. at 
Christchurch Ab- 
bey, CO. Hants, 6 
Jan. 1865. M.L 
She died at Iford, 
aged 77, 19 Sept. 
bur. at Christ- 
church Abbey, 
25 Sept. 1843. 
His will dated 29 
June 1859, was 
proved (Prin. 
Reg., 22, 65) 20 
Jan. 1865, by 
William Wind- 
ham Farrof Iford, 
the son and sole 
Exor. =Y 



Mary Amelia,= 
eldest dau. of 
William Merry 
of St. George's, 
Bloomsbury, 
London, Deputy 
Secretary at War, 
by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of 
Charles Walker 
of Huntingdon ; 
marr. 1 5 June 
1815 ; died, 
aged 27, 14 
May, bur. at 
the Old Parish 
Church of Ted- 
dington 2 1 May 
1816. I St wife. 



=James William Lukin= 
of Fordingbridge, co. 
Hants, and Sydling, 
CO. Dorset ; born 30 
July, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Southwark, 
CO. Surrey, 19 Au- 
gust 1774; J.P. for 
Hants and Dorset, 
Sergeant-Major in the 
Light Horse Volun- 
teers ; died at Ly- 
mington, co. Hants, 
aged 82, 29 July, 
bur. there i August 
1856. Will dated 21 
April 1856, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 637, 56) 
7 August 1856, by 
Rev. James Lukin, 
the son, and Edward 
Thomas Whitaker, 
the Exors. 



Joanna Bryan, eldest dau. of Thomas 
Byrdall Hugo of Great Canford, co. 
Dorset, a Surgeon in the Coldstream 
Guards, by Paulina Byrdall his wife, 
dau. of Bryan McKenzie of Parker's 
Estate in the parish of Vere, Jamaica, 
West Indies; born 25 December 
1797; marr. at Kinson, co. Dorset, 
27 April 1824 (marr. settlement dated 
21 April 1824); died at Crofton, co. 
Hants, 24 September, bur. at Hook, 
CO. Hants, 27 September 1889. Will 
dated 14 September 1878, with six 
codicils dated respectively 10 March 
1881, 3 November 1882, 29 May 
1883, 3 December 1883, 9 March 
1885, and 10 November 1885, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 926, 89) 27 November 
1 889, by Rev. James Lukin of Hinton 
Martel, near Wimborne, co. Dorset, 
the son, and Francis Henry Candy 
of 71 High Street, Southampton, 
Solicitor, the Exors. 2nd wife. 



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Rev. Edward Banks (son of the Rev. Jabez Banks of Bridlington,=j=Anna, born at Kinson, co, 



CO. York); born in 1830; of Christchurch College, Oxford, 
matriculated 15 June 1848, aged 18, B.A. of New Inn Hall, 
Oxford, 1853, Vicar of Coleshill, co. Berks, 1874. 

4f> 



Dorset, i p.m. 28 June, bapt. 
there 10 July 1825 ; marr. at 
Lymington 13 January 1857. 



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Emily, born at Sydling, co. Dorset, 
4 a.m. 30 November, bapt. there 
I December 1826; marr. at For- 
dingbridge, co. Hants, 8 May 
1849, William Anthony Lukin of 
Babbicombe, co. Devon, Captain 
in H.M. Indian Army (Madras 
retired) ; died at Babbicombe 5 
July, bur. at St. Mary's, Torquay, 
CO. Devon, 8 July 1880. His will 
dated 14 June 1880, was proved 
at Exeter 12 August 1880, by 
Emily Lukin of Babbicombe, the 
relict and sole Executrix. 



Rev. James Lukin,= 
born at 7.30 p.m. 5 
November, bapt. at 
Sydling 8 Novem- 
ber 1827; of Brase- 
nose College, O.x- 
ford, matriculated 
26 March 1846, 
aged 18, B.A. 
1849, Rector of 
Hinton Martel, co. 
Dorset. 



=Maria, dau. of 
Robert Sharpe by 
Maria his wife, 
dau. of Herbert 
Peel ; born at 
Keynsham, co. 
Somerset, 30 
September, bapt. 
there 25 Decem- 
ber 1836; marr. 
at Hewelsfield, 
CO. Gloucester, 
5 February 1856. 



Augustus Stephen 
Lukin, bom at Al- 
derholt Park, co. 
Dorset, 2.15 a.m. 
12 August 1834, 
bapt. there privately 
the same day. 

Mary Pauline of 
Sarisbury, South- 
ampton ; born at 
Alderholt Park i 
p.m. 2 March, bapt. 
there privately 3 
March 1830. 



James Robert Sharpe 
Lukin, born at Hewels- 
field 13 November, bapt. 
there25 December 1856; 
died at Hewelsfield 26 
May, bur. there 29 May 
1858. 

Lionel William Lukin 
of Cape Town, South 
Africa ; born at Hewels- 
field 25 March, bapt. 
there 25 April 1858. 



Charles James= 
Augustus Lukin 
of San Antonio, 
Texas, U.S.A. ; 
bom at Hewels- 
field 23 June, 
bapt. there 31 
July 1859. 



=Angiolina Henrietta Louisa 
Mary, dau. of Moses Vere 
Cumins of San Antonio, for- 
merly of Bombay, by Theodora 
his wife (nde Romanini) ; born 
at Kurachee, India, 17 Sep- 
tember 1869, and bapt. there; 
marr. at St. Mark's, San 
Antonio, 10 July 1892. 



Dora Kathleen, born at San An- 
tonio 24 May 1893, bapt. at St. 
Mark's there 5 October 1894. 



James William 
Robert Geoffrey 
Lukin, bom at 
Hewelsfield 27 
October i860, 
bapt. there 20 
January 1861. 

Harry Albert Lu- 
kin, born at 
Hewelsfield 4 
Jan., bapt. there 
16 Feb. 1862. 



Fred Edward Lukin, born at- 
Bradfield Combust, co. Suffolk, 
28 July, bapt. there 30 August 
1863 ; died at PwUcrochan, co. 
Pembroke, aged 3, 24 February 
1867, bur. there the same day. 



Maria Annie, born at Bradfield 
Combust 13 August, bapt. there 
privately 14 August 1865. 



Emily Mary, born at PwUcrochan 
18 November 1866, bapt. there 
28 Januaryi867; marr.at Hinton 
Martel 17 October 1889, Walter 
Bell of Effingham Lodge, Ring- 
wood, CO. Hants (son of Thomas 
Bell of The Beeches, Wickford, 
CO. Essex, by Harriet his wife, 
dau. of Henry Aubrey of Chelms- 
ford, co. Essex) ; born at Wickford 
8 Jan., bapt. there 24 March 1856. 



Alice Beatrice, born at 
PwUcrochan 30 December 
1 86 7, bapt. there i March 
1868; marr. at Hinton 
Martel 17 July 1894, Rev. 
Charles Edward Curtis 
(son of Charles Edward 
Curtis, by Elizabeth Mary 
his wife, dau. of John Rees); 
bom at Otago, Ne w Zealand, 
1 4 April 1 868, bapt. at Toko 
Marairo ; of Selwyn Col- 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 
1893, Curate of St. Paul's, 
Haggerston, co. Middlesex. 

Dora Kathleen, born at 
Stetchworth, co. Cam- 
bridge, 20 August, bapt. 
there 26 September 1869. 



Waiter Hugo Lukin, born at 
Stetchworth 14 January, bapt. 
there 20 April 1873, died at 
Stetchworth 14 November, bur. 
there 17 November 1873. 



Reginald Hugo Lukin, born at 
Stetchworth 19 January 1874, 
and bapt. there privately the 
same day ; died at Stetchworth 
20 January, bur. there 22 
January 1874. 



Frank Edward Lukin, born at 
Stetchworth 7 May, bapt. there 
6 June 1875. 



Maggie, bom at Stetch- Edith Geraldine Mary, born at 
worth 1 1 June, bapt. there Stetchworth 22 March, bapt. 
9 July 1871. there 20 May 1877. 



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Mary Herbert, dau.= 
of Captain George 
Henry Mason, Go- 
vernor of Glouces- 
ter Gaol and Captain 
of South Gloucester 
Militia, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of 
Henry Apperley of 
Hereford ; born 1 2 
February, bapt. at 
Gloucester 24 Feb- 
ruary 1839; marr. 
at Newnham Parish 
Church, CO. Glou- 
cester, 3 June 1856; 
died 19 April, bur. 
at VVickford, co. 
Essex, 24 April 
1867. 



=Rev. William Hugo Lukin, born at Sydling, co. Dorset,= 
8.30 a.m. 20 April, bapt. there 31 May 1829; of Brase- 
nose College, O.xford, matriculated 3 February 1848, 
aged 18, Rector of Downham, co. Essex; died at 
Downham 26 October, bur. at Wickford i November 
1889. Will dated 26 May 1887, with two codicils dated 
respectively 13 February 1888, and 2 March 1889, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1012, 89) by Rev. Edward Banks of 
Coleshill Vicarage, co. Berks, John James Unwin Clarke 
of 44 Philbeach Gardens, Kensington, London, and 
Charles Francis Abdy Williams of 11 Cathcart Road, 
Kensington, the Exors. 




Louisa Mary, born at Ogbourne Emily Beatrice, born at Friskney 
St. Andrew, co. Wilts, 6 May, 23 August, bapt. there 8 Oc- 
bapt. there 12 July 1857. tober 1862. 



James William Hugo Lukin, 
born at Spalding, co. Lincoln, 
5 April, bapt. at Friskney, co. 
Lincoln, 29 June 1859; died 
23 September, bur. at Wickford 
26 September 1868. 

Herbert Windham Lukin, born 
at Fri-skney 9 April, bapt. there 
lo June i860. 



Walter Roynon Lukin, born at 
Friskney 15 July, bapt. there 
22 September 1861 ; died at 
Winchester 6 February, bur. 
there 12 February 1862. 



Dora Pauline, born at Wickford 
15 November, bapt. there 21 
December 1 864; marr. at Down- 
ham, CO. Essex, I October 1889, 
Rev. Tom Ainsworth Erode (son 
of Thomas Erode of Tewin, co. 
Herts); born i January 1865. 

T 

/k 

Ethel Annie, born at Wickford 
II February, bapt. there 29 
June 1866. 

Roynon Charles Lukin, born at 
Cambridge Street, London, 7 
April, bapt. at Wickford 18 
April 1867. 



=Alice Gertrude, 
dau. of John 
Windsor by 

Ellen his wife, 
dau. of William 
Webster of Ash- 
bourne, J. P. for 
CO. Derby ; born 
at Doveridge, co. 
Derby, 7 Decem- 
ber 1832, and 
bapt. there pri- 
vately the same 
day, bapt. pub- 
licly at Doveridge 
31 October 1834; 
marr. at Lyming- 
ton, CO. Hants, 
16 November 
1869. 



Gertrude Joanna, born at 
Weymouth Street, London, 
30 November 1870, bapt. 
at Wickford 22 January 
187 1 ; died at Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, 14 
December, bur. there 17 
December 1876. M.I. 



Adeline, born at Wickford 
16 April, bapt. there 19 
April 1873; died at Wick- 
ford 22 April, bur. there 
24 April 1873. 



Blanche Lilian Hugo, born 
at Wickford 16 April, 
bapt. there 30 May 1875. 




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JTair of Welloto, co. 3|ant0. 



Arms. — Gules, a cross moline argent, over all a bend azure. 
Crest. — Out of a ducal crown or, a falcon rising proper. 



Thomas Fair of St. Mary's, Rotherithe, co. Surrey (eldest son of= 
Richard Fair of Cree Aberstrowry, co. Cork, Lieut. R.N., by Ellen his 
wife, dau. of James Creech of Baltimore); born at Skibbereen, co. 
Cork, 6 January 1764; as a Cadet in the Royal Navy he sailed with 
Captain Portlock, R.N., on his voyage of discovery 1785-88. Fair's 
Island on the north-west coast of America was named after him. He 
died at Demerara, in British Guiana, 25 August 1801, while in com- 
mand of the "Ermalinda," West Indiaman. Will dated 22 April 
X794, proved P.CC. 12 March 1802. 




^Esther, dau. of John 
Woollis by Catherine 
his wife, dau. of John 
Mallet of the Isle of 
Jersey ; born 2 Feb. 
1768; marr. by licence 
at St. George's in the 
East, London, i Dec. 
1792; died at Walworth, 
CO. Surrey, 20 April 1849, 
and bur. in the parish of 
St. Mary Newington, co. 
Surrey. M.L Will dated 
21 June 1843, proved 
P.CC. II Feb. 1854, by 
Esther Buckler (wife of 
John Chessell Buckler), 
the dau., one of the 
Exors. 



Esther, born 26 June, bapt. 
at St. Ivlary Magdalene, Ber- 
mondsey, London, 19 Aug. 
1797; marr. there by licence 
12 May 181 S, John Chessell 
Buckler of Melbury, Cowley 
St. John, Oxford, Architect 
(son of John Buckler, F.S. A., 
Architect, by Ann his wife, 
eldest dau. and coheir of 
Joljn Chessell of Brading, 
isle of Wight) ; born 8 Dec, 
bapt. at St. Mary Magdalene, 
Bermondsey, 23 Dec. 1793 ; 
died 5 Jan., bur. at Oxford 
9 Jan. 1894. M.L She died, 
aged 85, 9 Sept., and was 
bur. at All Saints' Cemetery, 
Nunhead, co. Surrey, 15 
Sept. 1882. M.L His will 
dated 7 Nov. 18S1, was 
proved in the Principal 
Registry 2 5^ Sept. 1894, by 
Charles Alban Buckler of 6 
Hereford Square, London, 
the son, and sole Exor. 

T 

A 

(See Buckler Pedigree, 
Vol. II., page 163.) 



Charles James Fairof= 
De Kop, Vaalkrantz, 
and Bonavista, in the 
district of Uitenhage, 
Cape Colony ; born 
28 October, bapt. at 
St. Mary Magdalene, 
Bermondsey, 12 De- 
cember 1799; edu- 
cated at Christ's 
Hospital, London, 
and settled at the 
Cape in 1844 ; died 
at Cape Town 15 
October, bur. at St. 
Saviour's, Claremopt, 
near Cape Town, 1 7 
October 1875. M.L 



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=Mar)', dau. of Coakley 
Leevis of Bantry, co. 
Cork, Lieut, ist West 
India Regiment 1806, 
and subsequently of the 
3rd Garrison Battalion 
1809, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Richard Fair of 
Cree Aberstrowry, Lieut. 
R.N. ; born at Skib- 
bereen 5 April, bapt. 7 
April 181 1, baptism 
registered at Creagh 
Parish Church, co. Cork ; 
marr. by licence at Bally- 
moden Bandon, co. Cork, 
17 July 1832 ; died at 
Rosebank, near Cape 
Town, 20 October, bur. 
at St. Saviour's, Clare- 
mont, 21 October 1890. 
iM.I. 



Thomas Morgan 
Fair, born 4 July 
1801 ; educated 
at Westminster 
School, of Lin- 
coln's Inn, Attor- 
ney-at-Law; died 
2 2 March, bur. 
at Holy Trinity, 
Islington, Lon- 
don, 29 March 
1832. 



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Ellen, born 4 December 
1834, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Islington, London, 18 Jan- 
uary 1835. 

Thomas Fair, born 30 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Islington, 3 October 1836; 
bur. there 8 October 1836. 



Thomas Warden Fair, 
born 19 September, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Islington, 15 October 
1837; died at Algoa 
Bay, Cape Colony, 
15 June, bur. at St. 
Mary's Cemetery there 
17 June 1862. 



Charles Bass Fair of Rose- 
bank, near Cape Town ; 
born 20 May, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Islington, 17 
June 1840; a Member of 
the Cape Colonial Civil 
Service. " Erica Fairii " 
was named after him. 



Ch^^ 



Mary, born 
atHighbury, 
near George- 
town, Cape 
Colony, 31 
Oct., bapt. 
at St. Mark's, 
Georgetowii, 
16 Dec. 
1846. 



<Z/C/>-. 



Rev. Robert Herbert Fair,= 
born at Westford, District 
of Knysna, Cape Colony, 
I J une, bapt. at St. George's, 
Knysna, i November 1849; 
Gold Medallist of the South 
African College, and First 
Porter Scholar of Univer- 
sity of Cape of Good 
Hope, of St. Peter's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 
1873, M.A. 1878, Vicar of 
Wellow, CO. Hants. 



=Frances Jane, dau. of Rev. James Connell of Balliol Arthur Oliver 
College, O.xford, B.A. 1836, M.A. 1838, Rector of Fair of Rose- 
Monks Eleigh, CO. Suffolk, 187 1 until his death 4 bank, near 
March 1879, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of John Cape Town; 
Pearson of Tanbridge Hall, co. Surrey ; born at born 8 Nov., 
Ashe, CO. Hants, 21 June, bapt. there 25 July 1849 ; bapt. at St. 
niarr. at All Saints', St. John's Wood, London, 1 1 George's, Ca- 
September 1884; she marr. istly at St. Paul's, thedral, Cape 
Hammersmith, London, 7 July 1869, Ven. Edmund Town, 16 Dec. 
Henry Fisher of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1856. 
1858, M.A. 1 86 1, Archdeacon of Southwark, who 
died 6 May, and was bur. at Barnes Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 10 May 1879. M.I. 



Charles Herbert Fair, born at 
Bexley, co. Kent, 20 June, 
bapt. at St. John the Evangelist, 
Bexley, 16 July 1885. 



I 

Helen Mary, born 22 
February, bapt. at St. John 
the Evangelist, Bexley, 25 
March 1887. 



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Arms of Phaire. 



Arms of Phaire, impaling Herbert 
of Tinteme, co. Monmouth. 





Seals and autographs attached to the Wills of Robert Phaire and Elizabeth 
his wife, from the originals in the Record Office, Dublin. 



Robert Phaire of Rostillon, co. Cork (will dated 13 September 1682), 
married Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of Sir Thomas Herbert of Tinteme, Bart, 
(her will proved 7 November 1698); and by her had issue John Phaire 
(whose will was dated 8 July 1761, and proved 18 December following). 
He married Margaret Courtenay, and by her had issue Richard Phaire 
(or Fair), R.N., born in 1739, and burled at Creagh, Skibbereen, co. Cork, 
in 1805, and who, by Ellen his wife, daughter of James Creech of 
Baltimore, co. Cork (died at Skibbereen in 1820, and bur. at Creagh), had, 
with other issue, Thomas Fair of St. Mary's, Rotherhithe, co. Surrey. 




Clarke of 3Berbf>» 



Thomas Clarke of the parish of= 
St. Alkmund, co. Derby (son of 
John Clarke of Martin, co. Lin- 
cohi, by Rebecca his wife, dau. 
of Edward Blow of Sutton-on- 
Trent, co. Nottingham); born 17 
April, bapt. at Martin 21 April 
1783; died 19 April, bur. at St. 
Alkmund's 22 April 1832. 



=Mary, dau. of Henry 
Moore of Ripley, co. 
Derby; bapt. at Pentrick, 
CO. Derby, 23 February 
1794; marr. there 28 
October 181 3; died 24 
December, bur. at the 
new cemetery, Derby, 29 
December i860. 



Thomas Clarke of The Elms, co.= 

Derby ; born at Heanor, co. 

Derby, 1 1 May 1 8 1 7 ; Mayor of 

Derby 1863; died 26 December, 

bur. at the new cemetery, Derby, 

31 December 1879. Will dated 

Arms an record in the College of 3° January 1879, with codicil 

^r//(,t.— Gule^, a saltire engrailed dated 13 February 1879, proved 

erminois between two fleur-de-lis in at Derby 12 April 1880, by 

^''fesse"l'''enr''^ **"'"' '''''''^' ''""'''''^ Thomas Clarke, Robert Clarke, 

■^cA'^/.-Sont of an heraldic tyger's and William Clarke, all of Derby, 

Tiead erased sable, maned or, gorged the SOnS, and James William 

with a collar gemel argent, two fleiir- Newbold of The Wardwick, 

^-^^^•^ w?^"^ • ■ Derby, the Exors. 

Motto. — Vuicit qui patitur. ' 



Sarah Elizabeth, 
only child of 
Edward Rams- 
bottom of Liver- 
pool ; marr. at 
Heanor 11 May 
1844. 



Other 
issue. 



Thomas Clarke of= 
IVlasson House, 
Matlock Bath, co. 
Derby ; born 5 
May, bapt. at St. 
Alkmund's, 29 
May 1845. 



'Frederica Eliza, only dau. of 
Henry Cathrow Disney, and 
granddau. of James Cathrow 
Disney (formerly James Cath- 
row), Somerset Herald; born 
13 July, bapt. at St. Mark's, 
Kennington, co. Surrey, 19 
August 1857; marr. at St. 
George's, Leeds, 10 May 1876. 



Frank Clarke of= 
Green Bank, 
KedlestonRoad, 
Derby; born 20 
August, bapt. at 
St. Alkmund's 
1 2 September 

1855- 



Thomas Henry Cathrow Clarke, born 16 
October, bapt. at St. Werburgh's, Derby, 
II November 1878. 

Reginald Clarke, born at Derby 17 February 
1882 ; died 5 March, bur. in the new 
cemetery, Derby, 9 March 1882. 

Frederica Muriel, born 26 January, bapt. at 
St. Alkmund's 21 February 1883. 



Winifred Houghton, 
born 28 November, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Derby, 23 December 
1884. 

Enid Ethel Fuller, 
born g February, bapt. 
at St. Alkmund's 15 
March 1886. 



=Mary, dau. of 
Thomas Stock- 
ham of New- 
port, CO. Mon.; 
marr. at St. 
Helen's, St. 
Helier's, Jersey, 
16 April 1882. 



Other 
issue. 



Emily Gwendoline, born 
26 August, bapt. at St. 
Alkmund's 21 September 
1887. 



Frederick Fitzroy Clarke, 
born 2 November, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, Matlock 
Bath, 7 December 1889. 




SI 



tarlett of ^arb})ur0t, to. ^mxtp. 




An)is on record in the College of 
Arms. — Chequy or and gules, a lion 
rampant ermine, on a canton azure a 
caslle triple-towered argent. 

Crest. — A Tuscan column, chequy, 
or and gules, supported on either side 
by a lion's jambe ermines, erased gules. 

Motto. — Suis Stat veribus. 



Frances Sophia= 
Mostyn, dau. 
and coheir of 
Edmund Lo- 
nia.x of Park- 
hurst, Tan- 
hurst, Netley 
Park, and Sut- 
ton Place, CO. 
Surrey, by 

Hester his 
wife, dau. of 
George Smith, 
Chief Justice 
of the Mau- 
ritius ; born 
at Parkhurst, 
3 Oct., bapt. 
at Abinger, co. 
Surrey, 13 

Dec. 1824 ; 
marr. there 
22 May 1843 ; 
died 27 Sept. 
1849, bur. at 
Porta Pinti 
Cemetery, Flo- 
rence, Italy. 
I St wife. 



=HonW"= Peter Campbell Scarlett,= 
C.B. (3rd son of Sir James 
Scarlett, Lord Abinger, by his 
ist wife, Louise Henrietta, dau. 
of Peter Campbell of Kilmory, 
CO. Argyle) ; born at New 
Street, Spring Gardens, Lon- 
don, 27 Nov.- 1804; Envoy 
Extraordinary and Minister 
Plenipotentiary to Brazil 
1855-58, British Minister at 
Florence 1858-60, Envoy Ex- 
traordinary and Minister Pleni- 
potentiary to the King of 
Greece 1862-64, and to Mexico 
1865-67, D.L. for CO. Surrey; 
died 15 July, bur. at Abinger, 
21 July 1 88 1. Will dated 27 
Dec. 1873, ^''th codicil dated 
6 Aug. 1877, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 628, 81) 15 Aug. 1881, 
by Leopold James Yorke 
Campbell Scarlett of Park- 
hurst, CO. Surrey, a Lieut.- 
Colonel in Her Majesty's 
Regiment of Scots Guards, the 
son, the sole Exor. 



=Louisa Anne, dau. 
of James Wolfe 
Murray, Lord Crin- 
gletie, of Cringletie, 
CO. Peebles, Sena- 
tor of the College 
of Justice, Scot- 
land, by Isabella 
Katherine his wife, 
dau. of James 
Charles Edward 
Stuart Strange, of 
the Hon*''' East 
India Co.'s Service 
(God-son of Prince 
Charles Edward 
Stuart); marr. 27 
Dec. 1873. She 
marr. istly at 
Kingston Church, 
Portsmouth, and 
also at the Roman 
Catholic Chapel 
there Edmond 

Jeannin. 2nd wife. 




Florence, born at York Terrace, 
Regent's Park, London, 20 March 
1844; marr. at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, 5 March 1867, Sir John 
Walsham, Bart., K.C.M.G., of Knill 
Court, CO. Hereford (son of Sir John 
James Walsham, Bart., of Knill 
Court, by Sarah Frances his wife, 
dau. of Matthew Bell of Woolsing- 
ton House, Northumberland); born 
29 October 1830; of Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 1854, M.A. 
1857, D.L. for CO. Hereford, Secre- 
tary of Legation at Pekin 1873-75, 
at Madrid 1875-78, at Berlin 
1878-83, Envoy Extraordinary [and 
Minister Plenipotentiary to the Em- 
peror of China 1885-92, and to the 
King of Roumania from 1892, some 
time chargd d'affaires at Mexico 
and at Madrid. 



Leopold Jarnes Yorke Campbell^ 
Scarlett of Parkhurst ; born at 
Florence 9 Sept. 1847, and bapt. 
in the British Legation there ; 
Captain and Lieut. -Colonel 2nd 
Battalion Scots Guards 1879-86 
(retired 1886), inherited the 
Parkhurst Estate on the death 
of his mother ; died at Lau- 
saune 21 Oct., bur. in the 
Cemetery of Montoie, Lau- 
saune, 23 Oct. 188S. Will 
dated 15 July 1884, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 258, 89) 7 March 
18S9, by Sir Percy Florence 
Shelley of Boscombe Manor, 
Bournemouth, co. Southants, 
Bart., and Eliott Scarlett 
Currey of Brynmair, Ruthin, co. 
Denbigh, the Exors. 



=Bessie Florence, dau. of 
Edward Gibson of Spring 
Vale, Isle of Wight, by Eliza- 
beth 'his wife, only dau. and 
heiress of Captain Thomas 
Rylance, 43rd Light Infantry, 
niece of Lady Shelley, and 
adopted dau. of Sir Percy 
Florence Shelley, 3rd Bart., 
of Boscombe Manor, co. 
Hants ; born at Endon 
House, BoUington, co. Ches- 
ter, 6 Dec. 185 1, bapt. at 
Prestbury, co. Chester, 12 
Jan. 1852; marr. at Christ- 
church Priory Church, co. 
Hants, 16 Feb. 1871. 




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Shelley Leopold Laurence Scarlett, born i April, 
bapt. at Christchurch Priory Church, co. Hants, 4 
May 1872; Lieut. 3rd Battalion Bedfordshire 
Regiment, Honorary Attach^ to British Legation, 
Berne. 



^^L*UoLx.fJ.JU^ 




Robert Brooke Campbell Scarlett, born 
8 Januar>', bapt. at St. George's-in-the- 
Wood, Boscombe, co. Hants, 17 March 
1876. 

Laurence James Peter Scarlett, bom 27 
April, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Brompton, 
London, i July 1877; Midshipman 
R.N. ; drowned in the foundering of 
H.ALS. "Victoria," Flagship on the 
Mediterranean Station, 22 June 1893. 



Hugh Richard Scarlett, born 25 November Percy Gerald Scarlett, born 10 April, bapt. at 

1878, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Brompton, 9 St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, London, 22 June 

March 1879. 1885. 

Ruth Hester Frances, born 25 September Leopold Florence Scarlett, born 17 March, 

1882, bapt. at St. James', Abinger, co. Surrey, bapt. at St. James', Pokesdown, co. Hants, 24 

I January 1883. April 1889. 



\ V^^^,^VJLJU-(11>^ C^^ 




S3 



(S^oliDen. 



Arms. — Gules, two bars or, over all a bend argent, charged with three talbots' heads erased sable. 
Cresl. — On a garb lying fessways a bird close, in the beak an ear of wheat, all or. 



Henry Godden (son of Robert Godden of Finchden in the parish of= 
Tenterden, co. Kent, by Henrietta his wife, dau. of Rev. WiUiam Worces- 
ter Wilson, D.D., Vicar of St. Nicholas', Deptford, co. Kent); born 14 
December 1796, bapt. at Tenterden 11 January 1797 ; died, aged 65, at 
Brighton, co. Sussex, 13 October, bur. at Allington, co. Kent, 18 October 
1861. M.I. at the north wall of St. Mildred's, Tenderden. Will dated 
10 December 1859, with two codicils dated respectively 3 May i860 and 
7 December i860, proved(Prin. Reg.) 31 December 1861, by Rev. William 
'\Vorcester Godden of Brighton, and Frederick Mares Godden of Ash- 
next-Sandwich, the sons, John Case of Maidstone, and Joseph Tootell of 
the same place, the Exors. 



=Mary, dau. of John 
Mares of Maidstone, 
CO. Kent ; marr. at 
Maidstone 27 March 
1821 ; died, aged 
79, at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, 2 1 October, 
bur. at Allington, 
CO. Kent, 26 October 
1869. 



Henrietta, born i April, bapt. privately 
1 7 April, and received into the Church 
at All Saints', Maidstone, 8 May 1822; 
Godfather, Mr. John Mares ; God- 
mothers, Miss Mares and Martha 
Godden; died, aged 7 months, 31 
Oct., bur. at All Saints', Maidstone, 4 
Nov. 1822. 

RobertWilsonGodden,born i Dec. 1824, 
bapt. privately 5 Jan., and received into 
the Church at All Saints', Maidstone, 
II Feb. 1825; Sponsors, John Argles, 
John Wise, and Martha Godden; died, 
aged II weeks, 18 Feb., bur. at All 
Saints', Maidstone, 22 Feb. 1825. 

Henry Godden, born 23 Oct., bapt. 
privately 31 Oct., and received into the 
Church at All Saints', Maidstoffe, 5 
Dec. 1823; Godfathers, J. Mares 
and Thomas B. Charlton ; God- 
mother, Frances Godden ; died, aged 
27, 27 April, bur. at All Saints', 
Maidstone, 3 May 1850. 



Rev. W^iliiam Worcester Godden,= 
born 3 November, bapt. pri- 
vately 10 November, and 
received into the Church 3 
November 1826; Sponsors, 
William Browne, William 
Beale, and Anne Mares ; of 
Worcester College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 26 October 1843, 
aged 17, B.A. 1847, M.A. 
1850, Vicar of Elmstead, co. 
Essex, 1873; died, aged 68, 
4 June, bur. at Elmstead, 8 
June 1893. Will dated 23 
December 1892, proved (Prin. 
Reg.) 6 July 1893, by William 
James Bull and Emma Maude 
Godden, spinster, the Exors. 



=Emma Whitbread 
Juliana, dau. of 
Charles Battye of The 
Gore, in the parish of 
Kensington, London, 
by Jane Lsetitia his 
wife, dau. of Robert 
Crispin of Enfield and 
of Lincoln's Inn, co. 
Middlesex ; born 5 
Feb. 1819, bapt. at 
St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, 15 June 
1820, marr. at St. 
Paul's, Brighton, 10 
June 1851 ; died 27 
Oct., bur. at Elmstead 
I Nov. 1883. 



(See Battye-Trevor Pedigree, Vol. II., page 158.) 



Emma Maude, born 4 
Aug., bapt. at Petworth, 
CO. Sussex, 26Aug. 1852. 

Bertha, born 12 Nov., 
bapt. at Petworth 15 Dec. 
1853; marr. at Elmstead 
28 April 1881, John 
Rooper King of Wood- 
bridge, CO. Suffolk ; born 
at Kirk Ella, near Hull, 
31 Jan., bapt. there 23 
March 1853; Major (re- 
tired pay), formerly Cap- 
tain 76th Regiment. 



Elfrida, born 12 Feb., bapt. at Petworth 
25 March 1 85 5; marr. istlyat Elmstead 
9 Sept. 1879, Thomas Beynon of Farn- 
ham, CO. Surrey ; born 26 April 1814 ; 
died 31 Jan., bur. at Seale, co. Surrey, 
5 Feb. 1879. Window to his memory. 
She marr. 2ndly at Elmstead 28 Aug. 
1884, Walter Francis Morley of Hever, 
CO. Kent (son of Rev. George Morley of 
Bexley Heath, co. Kent); born 16 Jan., 
bapt. at Bexley Heath 13 July 1859; 
of Oxford University, Non Coll., matri- 
culated 1 3 Oct. 1 87 6, aged 17, B.A. from 
Wadham College, Oxford, 1882, M.A. 
1883. =r 

A 

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Henrietta Mildred, born 29 
Sept., bapt. at Petworth 3 
Nov. 1857; marr. at Elmstead 
I July 1S80, Rev. Howard 
Beech (son of William Philip 
Beech of Stifford, co. Essex, 
J.P.,byElii;aCatherinePrince 
hiswife,dau.ofPeterHoward); 
born 1 5 May, bapt. at Becken- 
ham, CO. Kent, 30 June 1855; 
of Worcester College, Oxford, 
matriculated 21 Nov. 1873, 
aged 18, B.A. 1877, M.A. 
1880, Rector of Gt. Bealings, 
CO. Suffolk, 1886. 



I 



Sarah Mar}', dau.= 
of William Jef- 
feries,To\vnClerk 
of Faversham, 
CO. Kent, by 
Sarah Mary his 
wife (n& Smith); 
born at Faver- 
sham, and bapt. 
there 27 Sept. 
1833 ; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, 
Paddington,Lon- 
don, 24 April 
1856; died, aged 
30, at West- 
bournePark, Lon- 
don, 10 March, 
bur. at Faver- 
sham 1 7 March 
1864. ist wife. 



=Frederick Mares= 
Godden of Ash- 
next-Sandwich, co. 
Kent, and of Rams- 
gate, CO. Kent ; 
bom at Maidstone, 
CO. Kent, lo March, 
bapt. privately 28 
March 1827, and 
received into the 
Church at All 
Saints', Maidstone, 
13 June 1828 ; 
Sponsors, W. H. 
Golding, Henry 
Argles, and Mrs. 
W. H. Golding ; 
died, aged 56, 21 
March, bur.at Rams- 
gate Cemetery 24 
March 1883. 



=Frances,dau.of Mary, born 14 April, bapt. privately 18 

George Gipps April, and received into the Church at 

of Howletts, All Saints', Maidstone, 13 June 1828; 

in the parish Sponsors, Miss Frances Curties, Martha 

of 13ekes- Godden and R. P. Vaile ; marr. at St. 

bourne. Can- Nicholas', Brighton, co. Sussex, 1 2 Oct. 

terbury, co. 1870, George Neve of Sissinghurst, 

Kent, by Jane Cranbrook, co. Kent; born 12 Feb., 

(Bowdler) his bapt. at Benenden, co. Kent, 22 March 

wife; born at 1827. 

Bekesbourne ; — 

marr. there 27 Martha, born 22 Aug., bapt. privately 

Sept. 1865 ; 15 Sept. 1829, and received into the 

died, aged 60, Church at All Saints', Maidstone, 17 

10 Aug., bur. Aug. 1830; Sponsors, Mrs. Barron of 

at Ramsgate, Champion Hill, Camberwell, Martha 

13 Aug. 1884. Godden of Tenterden, and JamesWhat- 

2nd wife. man, Surgeon, of Maidstone; marr. at 

All Saints', Maidstone, 9 Sept. 1851, 

Rev. Frank Walter (son of John Walter 

of Borden, co. Kent) ; born at Borden 

29 Oct., bapt. there 30 Dec. 1824; of 

Worcester Coll., Oxford, matriculated 16 

March 1843, aged 18, B.A. 1847, M.A. 

1849, Curate of Sutton Valence, co. 

Kent, until his death 19 June, aged 40, 

bur. at Sutton Valence 23 June 1865. 



I 



William Jefferies Godden of St. 
Petersburgh, Florida, U.S.A. ; born 
26 January 1857, bapt. at Ash- 
next-Sandwich, co. Kent, the same 
day, according to an entry in the 
Registers of Ash-next-Sandwich. 




Henry Tufton Godden, 
born 6 December 1858, 
bapt. at St. Stephen's, 
Westbourne Park, 23 
January 1859; Captain 
2nd Battalion Bedford- 
shire Regiment. 

Ethel Mary, born in 
London in December 
1862. 



Frederick Ernest Godden, born 
at Paddington 26 February, 
bapt. at St. Stephen's, West- 
bourne Park, II March 1864; 
of St. Catherine's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1887. 




Isabella Beatrice, born 17 May, bapt. at Petworth, 
CO. Sussex, 26 July 1859; marr. at the Church 
of the Redeemer, Calgary, Canada, 16 June 
1888, Henry Norman Sheppard (son of Rev. 
Henry Fleetwood Sheppard, M.A., Rector of 
Thurnscoe, co. York, by EHza Mary his wife) ; 
born at Kilnhurst Vicarage, Rotherham, co. 
York, 9 May, bapt. at Kilnhurst 30 June 1861. 



I 



Evelyn Maria Campbell, born in Brighton 1 7 
December i860, bapt. at St. Nicholas' there 
2 April 1861 ; marr. at Elmstead, co. Essex, 
19 September 1889, Rev. Henry Sockett (son 
of Rev. Thomas Sockett of Petworth); born 
18 June, bapt. at Petworth 19 July 1818; of 
Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 17 No- 
vember 1836, aged 18, B.A. 1840, Rector of 
Sutton, CO. Sussex, and of Bignor, co. Sussex, 
1848. 




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(S^la^etsroofe of StberpooL 



Rev. James Glazebrook, born at= 
Madeley, co. Salop, ii October, 
bapt. there 21 October 1744; 
Vicar of Belton, co. Leicester, 
and Minister of St. James', Latch- 
ford, CO. Chester, Chaplain to 
Lord Hill ; died at Belton i 
July, bur. there 4 July 1803. 
^Vill dated 21 October 1802, 
proved at Leicester 16 September 
1803. 



^Dorothy, dau. of Thomas 
Kirkland, M.D., of Ashby- 
de-la-Zouch, co. Leicester, 
born I May 1748 ; marr. by 
licence at St. Michael's, 
Coventry, 8 August 1779; 
died at Warrington, co. 
Lane, 22 September, bur. 
in Old St. James' Church- 
yard, Latchford, 25 Sep- 
tember 1834. 



Arms on record in the College of 
Anns. — Ermine, an eagle displayed 
gules, beaked, legged, and holding in 
the beak a fleur-de-lis or, on a chief 
sable two bezants, each charged with 
a fleur-de-lis azure. 

Crest. — In front of a bear's head 
erased or, muzzled azure, an eagle's 
leg erased at the thigh fesswise of 
the last. 

Motto. — Dum spiro spero. 



Thomas Kirkland Glazebrook of Orford= 
Lodge, Warrington, sometime of The 
Firs, Claughton, co. Chester, and lastly of 
Southport, CO. Lane, F.L.S. ; born 4 June, 
1780; Captain in the Warrington Regi- 
ment of Local Mihtia, and Captain in the 
Loyal Warrington Volunteers ; died at 
Southport 18 January, bur. at Wallasey, co. 
Chester, 23 January 1855. 




^Elizabeth, dau. 
and coheir of 
Thomas Twan- 
brook of Apple- 
ton, CO. Chester ; 
born 16 April 
1778; marr. at 
Great Budworth, 
CO. Chester, 23 
May i8oi;diedat 
The Firs, Claugh- 
ton, 24 April, bur. 
at Wallasey 29 
April 1844. 



Rev. James Kirkland Glazebrook, born 14 July, bapt. at St. James', = 
Latchford, 11 November 1802; of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, matriculated 
13 December 1827, aged 25, B.A. 1831, M.A. 1836, Vicar of Lower 
Darwen, co. Lane. ; died at Lancing, co. Sussex, 25 December, bur. 
bur. at Lower Darwen 30 December 1890. Will dated 26 Feb- 
ruary 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 150, 91) 28 Februaty 1891, by John 
Knowles Glazebrook of 8 Market Place, Manchester, the son, and 
Herbert Shepherd Cross of Mortfield Halliwell, near Bolton, the Exors. 



=Mary, dau. of John 
Hargreaves of Hart 
Common, Westhough- 
ton, CO. Lane. ; marr. at 
Hindley, near Wigan, co. 
Lane, 3 Jan. 1838 ; died 
18 Oct., bur. at Lower 
Darweh 23 Oct. 1867. 



John Knowles Glaze-=j=Cecilia Anne Esther, dau. of Robert Hannah Gertrude, marr. at Lower 



brook, of Lymm Hall, 
CO. Chester; born 19 
October 1840. 



Watson of the Riddings, Oswaldtwis- Darwen 7 August 1880, Rev. Ed- 
tle, CO. Lane. ; marr. at Emmanuel mund Peel (son of William Peel of 
Church, Oswaldtwistle, 3 April 1873. Swinton Park, co. Lane.) ; born 7 

February 1850; of Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 1873, M.A. 
I 1876, Vicar of Lancing 1883. 



Cecilia Mary, Philip Kirkland 
born 27 Oct. Glazebrook, born 
1874. 24 June i88o. 



Mary Hannah Twanbrook, born 25 
August, died 3 September, and 
bur. at Wallasey 7 September 1844. 



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Jane, born 17 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at 
Grappenhall, co. 
Chester, i Novem- 
ber 1 781 ; marr. 21 
December 1835, 
John Brimelow of 
Warrington, co. 
Lane. ; she died 
s.p. 3 March 1837. 



Martha, born 9 October 1782 ; niarr. at St. Paul's, Liverpool, 13 September 
1808, as his 2nd wife, John Rylands of Bewsey House and The Summer 
House, both in the town of Warrington (son of John Rylands of Warrington 
by Martha his wife, dau. of Nathaniel Booth of Warrington); born 21 
January, bapt. at Cairo Street Nonconformist Chapel, Warrington, 22 
February 1771 ; died at The Summer House 23 August, bur. at Hill Cliffe, 
CO. Chester, 26 August 1848. She died at The Summer House 12 
February, bur. at Hill Cliffe 17 February 1870. 

I 

(See Rylands Pedigree, Vol. I., page 13.) 



Thomas TwanbrookGlazebrook,= 
sometime of New Brighton, co. 
Chester, afterwards of Plymp- 
ton, CO. Devon, and lastly of 
Surbiton, co. Surrey; born 27 
March, bapt. at St. James', 
Latchford, co. Chester, 6 May 
1804; died at Surbiton 21 
February, bur. at St. Mark's 
there 25 February 1890. 



=Katherine, dau. of William 
Hall of Grappenhall Hall, co. 
Chester, J. P., by Hannah his 
wife, dau. of Joseph Goodwin ; 
born at Warrington 28 May 
1807 ; marr. at Grappenhall 
29 April 1830; died at Sur- 
biton 19 March, bur. at St. 
Mark's there 23 March 1889. 



Mary, of Southport, co. Lane, 
born 7 January, bapt. at St. 
James', Latchford, 19 July 1806; 
died unmarr. at Southport 15 
February, bur. in the cemetery 
there 19 February 1885. 

Henry Glazebrook, born 1 1 May, 
bapt. at St. James', Latchford, 1 7 
May, and died 19 Sept. 1807. 



I 
Martha, born 12 October, bapt. at 
Grappenhall 24 December 1832 ; marr. 
at Streatham, co. Surrey, 27 March 1856, 
Rev. Philip Hankinson Newnham (son 
of AVilliam Newnham of Farnham, co. 
Surrey) ; born at Farnham 24 May 
1832; of Wadham College, Oxford, 
matriculated 24 January 1850, aged 
17, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1857, somedme 
Rector of Frome Vauchurch cum 
Batcombe, co. Dorset, and afterwards 
Vicar of Stonehouse and Maker, co. 
Devon ; died at Teignmouth co. 
Devon, 6 November, bur. at Farnham 
10 November 1888. 



I I I 

Isaac Knowles Glaze- 
brook, born 15 March, 
bapt. at Grappenhall 20 
June 1834; died unmarr. 
12 November 1863, bur. 
at Beechworth, Australia. 



Elizabeth, bapt. 
Grappenhall. 

Mary Hall. 



at 



Catharine Hall, marr. at 
Wallasey, co. Chester, 19 
April 1866, Tertius Joynson 
of Longview, Liscard, co. 
Chester (son of Thomas 
Joynson of Longview, Lis- 
card, by Isabella his wife, 
dau. of Samuel Mead of 
Liverpool) ; born at Liverpool 
r May 1843, bapt. at Walla- 
sey 16 July 1870; J. P. for 
CO. Chester. 



(See Joynson Pedigree, Vol.11., 
page 55) 



Henry George Twanbrook Glazebrook of Simcoe,= 
Norfolk, Ontario, Canada; born 16 October 1845; 
of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, matriculated 23 May 
1866, aged 20, B.A. of Hertford College 1874. 



=Louisa Russel, only child of Elizabeth Har- 

Commander Russel Patey, greaves, died 

R.N., of Great Canford, unmarr. in Sep- 

Wimborne, co. Dorset. tember 1862. 



George Russel Glazebrook, born 19 Harold Patey Glazebrook, born 30 Ethel Mary, died in 
October 1878. December 1885. infancy. 



Constance Patey born 20 June Louisa Gertrude, died in infancy. 
1882. 



Beatrice, died in 
infancy. 



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John Kirkland Glazebrook, born 15 July,=Mane Allen Elizabeth, born 11 February, bapt. 

bapt. at St. James', Latchford, co. Chester, of Chiches- at St. James', Latchford 12 March 

5 September 1784; a Lieut, in the Local ter, marr. 13 1786; died 22 May, bur. in Old St. 

Militia, and afterwards a Lieut, in the April 1807. James' Churchyard 24 May 1788. 
Army; died s.p. 6 December 1808. 



Henry Glaze-: 
brook,sometime 
of Liverpool 
and Birkdale, 
CO. Lane, after- 
wards of Oxton, 
CO. Chester ; 
born 18 June, 
bapt. at St. 
James', Latch- 
ford, 2 7 June 
1808: died at 
Oxton 1 8 April, 
bur. at Walla- 
sey, CO. Chester, 
22 April i88i. 



^Amelia, 2nd 
dau. of Thomas 
Forbes Wal- 
misley of West- 
minster ; born 
25 July, bapt. 
at St. Mary 
Newington, co. 
Surrey, 23 Au- 
gust 1816 ; 
marr. at St. 
John's, West- 
minster 23 
April 1847. 



Sarah Barlow, dau. of= 
Rev. John Collins, M.A., 
Vicar of Frodsham, co. 
Chester, and widow of 
Henry Fawcett, Barrister- 
at-Law ; marr. at Bebing- 
ton, CO. Chester, 3 Oct. 
1848; died, aged 35, 8 
Feb., bur. at Wallasey 14 
Feb. 1854. ist wife. 



=Edward Glaze-^^ 
brookofO.xton, 
born 24 Oct. 
1 809 ; bapt. 
at St. James', 
Latchford, 23 
July iSi 2; died 
25 Jan., 'our. 
at Llanrydd, 
North Wales, 
29 Jan. 1 88c. 



=Ann, 3rd dau. of 
Captain Henry 
Farrer of Scaleby 
Hall, near Car- 
lisle; born 8 June, 
bapt. at Kirklin- 
ton, CO. Cumber- 
land, 2 1 Sept. 
1830; marr. 12 
Sept. 1855. 2nd 
wife. 



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Edward Collins Glazebrook of Australia, born 30 Oct., bapt 
at St. Mary's, Birkenhead, co. Chester, 3 Dec. 1849. 

Thomas Kirkland Glazebrook, born 19 Nov. 185 1, bapt. at 
Seaforth, co. Lane, 31 May 1852 ; died 29 Oct., bur. at 
Knotty Ash, co. Lane, 31 Oct. 1862. 

Mary Twanbrook, born 25 Oct. 1852, bapt. at Seaforth 30 
August 1853. 



Henry Newton Glazebrook, 
born I March 1852; died 
14 September, bur. at St. 
Mary's, Bootle, co. Lane, 18 
September 1873. 

Amelia Elizabeth, bapt. at St. 
James', Birkdale, co. Lane, 
23 May 1859. 

Dorothy Mary, bapt. at St. 
James', Birkdale, 23 May 
1859. 



James Francis Walmisley= 
Glazebrook, born 23 Sep- 
tember 1855, bapt. at St. 
James', Birkdale, 23 May 
1859; a Captain in the 
Merchant Service. 



=Leila Mary, dau. of Alexander Geddes 
of Liverpool, and Elizabeth (Welsh) 
his wife ; born at Bootle 6 November 
1864, bapt. at Trinity Presbyterian 
Church, Claughton, Birkenhead, 3 
February 1882 ; marr. there 25 March 
1890. 



Dorothy May, born at Winder- Francis Henry Glazebrook, 

mere, co. Westmoreland, i May, born 2 October, bapt. at 

bapt. at the English Church, Rue St. John's, Windermere, 10 

de Mexico, Havre, 12 June 1892. December 1893. 



Dorothy Kirkland. 

Thomas Twan- 
brook Glazebrook 
of New Brighton, 
CO. Chester, born 
I October 1843, 
bapt. at Grappen- 
hall, CO. Chester, 
7 January 1844. 



William Hall Glazebrook, 
of Liverpool, born 18 
September 1846, bapt. 
at Wallasey 19 Novem- 
ber 1847. 



^Charlotte Carnegy, dau. of 
JohnSpence, M.D., of Edin- 
burgh, and widow of Grove 
Rowson Berry of NewBrigh- 
ton ; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Plympton, co. Devon, 13 
July 1876. 



W'illiam Twanbrook Glazebrook, 
born I May, bapt. at St. John's, 
Tue Brook, co. Lane, 4 July 
1877. 

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Hannah Byrth, marr. 
at St. Mary's, Plymp- 
ton, CO. Devon, 13 
July 1876, Rev. 
Edward Warwick 
Jelinger Symons, 
born 29 Nov. 1848 ; 
B.A. 1868, L. Th. 
Durham 1869, Vicar 
of Doddington, co. 
Northampton. 



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John Kirkland Glazebrook, born 7 Dec. Nicholas Smith= 

18 10, and bapt. privately the same day; Glazebrook of 

died 23 March 181 1. Hayman's Green, 

— West Derby, co. 

Francis Kirkland Glazebrook of Oporto, Lane, Surgeon, 

Portugal; born 17 Jan., bapt. at St. born 12 August, 

Jamas', Latchford, co. Chester, 23 July bapt. at St. 

181 2; died unmarr. at Oporto 12 Jan. James', Latch- 

1846, bur. in the Protestant burial ford, i November 

ground there. 1814. 

Elizabeth, of Southport, CO. Lane; born 
3 Feb. 1813, bapt. privately the next 
day; died unmarr. at Southport 4 June, 
bur. in the cemetery there 7 June 1889. 



=Sarah Anne, 
dau. of Richard 
Tetley of Free- 
mont, West 
Derby ; born 
18 June 1826, 
marr. at ^Vest 
Derby 21 Sep- 
tember 1853. 



William Glazebrook, 
sometime of South- 
port, afterwards of 
Portmadoc, North 
Wales; born 31 
August 18 1 5, bapt. 
at St. James', 
Latchford, 4 June 
1817 ; died unmarr. 
at Portmadoc 30 
December 1893, 
bur. there 4 Jan- 
uary 1894. 



Richard Tetley= 
Glazebrook of Cam- 
bridge, F.R.S. ; born 
at West Derby 18 
Sept., bapt. at the 
Parish Church there 
24 Oct. 1S54; Fel- 
low of Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1876, M.A. 
1879. 



^Frances Gertrude, 
3rd dau. of John 
William Atkinson 
of St. John's, Ilkley, 
CO. York ; born 30 
May, bapt. at St. 
George's, Leeds, 27 
June 1858; marr. at 
St. Margaret's, Ilk- 
ley, 28 June 1883. 



Sarah Elizabeth, marr. at West Derby Parish Church 
I July 1885, Rev. James Butterwick of The Hermitage, 
Welbeck, CO. Nottingham; bornatWiggenhallSt. Mary 
Magdalen, co. Norfolk, 9 Sept. 1849, bapt. there pri- 
vately the next day ; of Clare College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1877, M.A. 1881; Domestic Chaplain to the 
Duke of Portland at Welbeck, and Vicar of Carburton, 
CO. Nottingham. =j= 

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Francis Kirkland Glazebrook of Liverpool ; born at 
West Derby 9 June, bapt. there 30 July 1857. 



Gertrude Ethel, born 14 May, bapt. 
at All Saints', Cambridge, 1 1 June 
1885. 

Monica, born 17 June, bapt. at St. 
Mary the Great, Cambridge, 14 July 
1887. 



Arthur Rimington Glazebrook, born at Cambridge 28 
November 1891 ; bapt. privately at 7 Harvey Road, 
Cambridge, 4 January 1892, registered at St. Mary the 
Great, Cambridge. 

Marian Joan, born i January, bapt. at St. Mary the 
Great, Cambridge, 12 February 1893. 



Frederick Edward de Twenebrokes Glazebrook= 
of Manila, Phillipine Islands ; born i January 
1859, bapt. at St. James', Birkdale, co. Lane, 
23 May 1859. 



Constance Farrer, dau. of Edward Glazebrook 
of Oxton, by Anne his wife, 3rd dau. of Captain 
Henry Farrer of Scaleby Hall, near Carlisle; 
marr. at Hong Kong, China, 21 October 1889. 



Frederick Newton Glazebrook, born at Constance Margery, born at Manila 

Manila 4 October 1890; died on board 22 November 1892, bapt. at Sea 

s.s. "Glenavon" in the Gulf of Aden 27 View, St. Helen's, Isle of Wight, 

August 1 89 1, and was bur. at sea. 26 November 1893. 



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Rev. John Kirkland= 
Glazebrook, born 5 
May, bapt. at St. 
James', Latchford, 
CO. Chester, 4 June 
181 7 ; of Magdalen 
Hall, Oxford, matri- 
culated 28 May 
1 84 1, aged 24, B.A. 
1846, M.A. 1847; 
Vicar of Melling, 
near Liverpool. 



=Harriet Augusta, dau. of 
William Harter of Hope 
Hall, Eccles, co. Lane, by 
Frances Williamina, dau. 
of James Alphonso Wat- 
kins of Mayfield, near 
Bolton, CO. Lane. ; marr. 
at St. Botolph's, Bishops- 
gate, London, 12 October 
1848; died, aged 38, at 
Southport, CO. Lane, i 
March, bur. at Melling 7 
March 1866. 



Michael George= 
Glazebrook of 
London, some- 
time of Toronto, 
Ontario, Ca- 
nada ; born 28 
May, bapt. at 
St. James', 

Latchford, 2 7 
June 181 9. 



=ALargaret Elizabeth, dau. 
of Joseph Tapson by Ste- 
phana his wife, 2nd dau. 
of Robert Springett of 
Finchcox Park, Goudhurst, 
CO. Kent; born 25 Decem- 
ber 1832 ; marr. at Hamp- 
stead Parish Church, co. 
Middlesex, 21 April 1852 j 
died in London 14 Jan- 
uary, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery 18 January 1890. 



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Nicholas Smith= 
Glazebrook of 
Bombay, India; 
born at West 
Derby 29 Sep- 
tember 1859, 
bapt. there 4 
January i860. 



=Edith Mary, 2nd 
dau. of William 
Cleaver of West 
Derby ; born i 
July 1862; marr. 
at West Derby 
Parish Church 15 
September 1891. 



Edward Cleaver Glazebrook, 
born at Bombay 3 October 
1892. 



Mary Isabel, born at West Derby 
25 October 1861, bapt. at the 
Parish Church there 25 April 
1862 ; marr. there 30 March 
1882, John Paul Rylands (son 
of Thomas Glazebrook Rylands, 
F.S.A., of Highfields, Thelwall, co. 
Chester, by Jane Chapman his 
wife, dau. of William Ragg of 
Ashby-de-la-Zouch, co. Leicester) ; 
born at Warrington, co. Lane, 10 
March 1846, bapt. at Frome Van- 
church, CO. Dorset, 7 September 
1872; of the Middle Temple and 
Northern Circuit, Barrister-at-Law. 

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(See Pedigree of Rylands, Vol. /.> 
page 16.) 



William Rimington 
Glazebrook of Liver- 
pool ; born at West 
Derby 19 July, bapt. 
there 20 September 
1864. 

Frances Edith. 

Annie. 

Hamilton Glazebrook, 
born at West Derby 
24 July 1867, bapt. 
there 14 October 1 868. 




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Cf)ance of iStrmmgf)am* 

(Eldest Branch.) 



William Chance of Birmingham= 
(son of John Chance of Bromsgrove, 
CO. Worcester, by Mary his 2nd 
wife, dau. of Joshua Tilt of Broms- 
grove); born at Bromsgrove 16 
May 1 749 ; died 2 1 March, bur. 
at St. Paul's, Birmingham, 27 March 
1828. Will dated 23 July 1822, 
proved (Prin. Reg., Sutton, July, 
406) 18 July 1828, by William 
Chance and Henry Chance, the 
sons, two of the Exors. 



Arms on record in the College of 
Arms. — Gules, a saltire vair between 
two flevirs-de4is in pale, and as many 
towers in fesse argent. 

Crest. — A demi-lion rampant gules, 
semee of annulets or, between the paws 
a sword erect, entwined by a wreath of 
oak proper. 

Motto. —Deo non forluna. 



=Sarah, dau. of Robert 
Lucas of Bristol by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of 
John Butler of Han- 
bury, CO. Worcester ; 
born 18 Aug. 1756, bapt. 
at St. Werburgh's, Bris- 
tol ; marr. at Bristol 30 
June 1778; died 7 Sept., 
bur. at St. Paul's, Bir- 
mingham, 13 Sept. 1809. 



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Elizabeth, born 26 April, bapt. at 
St. Philip's, Birmingham, 29 May 
1779; marr. at St. Martin's, Bir- 
mingham, 15 Oct. 1799, William 
Sargant of Birmingham, who died, 
aged 52, 7 March, and was bur. 
at St. Paul's, Birmingham, 13 
March 1821. She died 6 Nov., 
and was bur. with her husband 12 
Nov. 1850. 

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William Chance, born 1 1 Oct., 
bapt. at St. Philip's, Birmingham, 
8 Nov. 1780; died 6 Sept., bur. 
at St. Paul's, Birmingham, 8 Sept. 
1787. 



Robert Lucas Chance of Birmingham, = 
born 8 Oct. 1782, bapt. at St. Philip's, 
Birmingham, 7 Jan. 1783 ; died at North- 
fleet House, near Gravesend, co. Kent, 7 
March, bur. at the General Cemetery, Bir- 
mingham, 14 March 1865. Will dated 6 
Dec. 1 86 1, with two codicils dated re- 
spectively 6 Dec. 1861 and 16 June 1862, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 441, 65) 13 July 1865, 
by Robert Lucas Chance of Edgbaston, 
CO. Warwick, Frank Chance of St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, M.D., 
and John Homer Chance of Edgbaston, 
the sons, the Exors. Probate being 
granted under certain specialities. 




=Louisa, dau. of 
Edward Homer 
of West Town, 
CO. Somerset,' by 
Mary his wife, 
dau. of Robert 
Lucas of Bristol ; 
born 3 Nov. 1787, 
bapt. at St. 
Philip's, Birming- 
ham, 7 Feb. 1788; 
marr. at Back- 
well, CO. Somer- 
set, 7 May 181 1 ; 
died24Dec.i873, 
bur.atthe General 
Cemetery, Bir- 
mingham, I Jan. 
1874. 

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Sarah Louisa, born at Wraxall, co. 
Somerset, 26 May 181 3; died 15 
Jan., bur. at the General Ceme- 
tery, Birmingham, 21 Jan. 1845. 

Mary Ann, born at ^\'raxall 2 
April 18 14; died i May, bur. 
at the General Cemetery, Bir- 
mingham, 7 May 1847. 

Edward Chance, born in London 
6 Dec, died 8 Dec, bur. at St. 
James' Chapel, Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, 15 Dec. 1815. 



Emily, born at Hendon, co. 
Middlesex, 22 Oct. 181 7 ; died 
3 June, bur. in Bunhill Fields 
Cemetery, London, 9junei83o. 

Caroline, born in London 10 
July 1819 ; marr. at the Regis- 
try Office, Edgbaston, 24 April 
1855, Edward Sargant of Bir- 
mingham, who was born 6 June 
181 7; he died 23 Feb., and was 
bur. at Edgbaston i March 
1887. T= 

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Robert Lucas= 
Chance of Chad 
Hill, Edgbaston; 
bornat Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, 1 8 
Sept. 182 1 ; edu- 
cated in London 
and at "L'Ecole 
CentraledesArts 
et Manufac- 
tures," Paris, 
1840-43. 



=Fanny Eliza- 
beth, eldest 
dau. of Abel 
Peyton of 
Birmingham ; 
born 24 Aug. 
1827 ; marr. 
at Bristol 25 
Sept. 1848. 



John Chance, born 
23 March, bapt. at 
St. Philip's,Birming- 
ham, 13 May 1784; 
died 26 May, bur. at 
St. Paul's, Birming- 
ham, 29 May 1792. 

Mary Ann, born 21 
March, bapt. at St. 
Philip's, Birming- 
ham, 23 May 1786 ; 
died 4 April, bur. at 
St. Paul's, Birming- 
ham, 7 April 1787. 



William Chance of Birmingham,= 
born 29 August, bapt. at St. Philip's, 
Birmingham, 13 November 1788; 
J. P. for Birmingham and for co. 
Warwick, High Bailiff of Birming- 
ham, 1829-30; died 8 February, 
bur. at the Church of England 
Cemetery, Birmingham, 15 February 
1856. Will dated 20 June 1854, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 373, 56) 28 May 
1856, by Phoebe Chance, the relict, 
and James Timmins Chance and 
George Chance, the sons, three of 
the Exors. 



■Phoebe, 4th dau. of James Timmins 
of Birmingham by Eleanor his wife, 
dau. of John Southern of Birming- 
ham ; born 2 July 1790; marr. at 
St. Martin's, Birmingham, 6 August 
181 1 ; died at The Mythe, Edgbas- 
ton, CO. Warwick, 1 5 April, bur. with 
her husband 21 April 1865. Will 
dated 24 February 1863, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 303, 65) 31 May 1865, 
by James Timmins Chance of Hands- 
worth, CO. Stafford, and George 
Chance of 28 Leinster Gardens, co. 
Middlese.x, the sons, the Exors. 



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(For Issue see Pedigree of Chance of Birmingham, Second Branch.) 



Edward Homer 
Chance, born at 
Highgate, co. 
Middlesex, 14 
January 1824; 
died 1 1 August 
1824, bur. in Bun- 
hill Fields Ceme- 
tery, London. 



Frank Chance of Burleigh House,= 
Sydenham Hill, co. Surrey; born 
at Highgate 22 June 1826; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 
1854, M.B.Cantab. i8s5,F.R.C.P. 
London 1863, one of the Com- 
mittee for the Revised Version of 
the Old Testament 1875-84. 



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Jane Susan Katharine, 2nd dau. of James 
Brewster of Huntingdon and Brampton, 
CO. Huntingdon ; born at Huntingdon 
24 April, bapt. at St. Mary's there 5 
May 1835; marr. at St. Mary-the-Less, 
Cambridge, 12 August 1857; died at 
Burleigh House, 26 July, bur. at Deptford 
Cemetery, Brockley, co. Kent, 31 July 
1889. AdiSon dated 15 July 1890, to 
Frank Chance of Burleigh House, Syden- 
ham Hill, CO. Surrey, Physician. 



Gertrude Louisa Emma, born at Berlin 6 May, bapt. at the English Episcopal Church 
there 20 June 1858 ; marr. at the Catholic Chapel, Lower Sydenham, 7 September 1882, 
Francois Armand Maurice Georges Duault (son of the French Consul-General at Ancona) ; 
born at Ancona 29 July 1849 > Major of Artillery in the French Service. 



Agnes Louisa, born 24 Oct. 1851; marr. at Edgbaston 
Parish Church 25 April 1876, George Harrison Evans, 
M.B. Edinburgh (elder son of George Fabian Evans, 
M.D., of Birmingham) ; born 25 Feb. 1845, bapt. at St. 
Philip's, Birmingham; died 31 Dec. 1880, bur. at Rome 
2 Jan. 1 88 1. She marr. 2ndly at Harborne Parish 
Church, 16 Aug. 1883, Frederick Sidney Goodwin of 
Birmingham, who was born 18 Aug. 1852, and was 
bapt. at Walton, co. Stafford, 6 Jan. 1853. 



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Arthur Lucas Chance= 
of Norton Hall, near 
Worcester, formerly 
of Great Alne Hall, 
Alcester, co. War- 
wick ; born 12 June 
1853 ; of Jesus Col- 
lege, Cambridge, J. P. 
for CO. Warwick. 




=Mabel Henrietta, 
3rd dau. of 
Richard William 
Johnson of 

Bricklehampton 
Hall, Pershore, 
CO. Worcester ; 
born at Edgbas- 
ton I Jan. 1859 ; 
marr. at St. Au- 
gustine's, Queen's 
Gate, London, i 
Jan. 1880. 



Walter Lucas Chance, born 2 Dec, bapt. at St. Stella Mabel, born 13 Feb., bapt. at St. 
Augustine's, Edgbaston, 22 Dec. 1880. Augustine's, Edgbaston, 16 March 1884. 

Noel Richard Lucas Chance, born 25 Dec. 1881, Geoffrey Robert Lucas Chance, born 7 Oct., 
bapt. at St. Augustine's, Edgbaston, 18 Jan. 1882. bapt. at St. George's, Edgbaston, i Nov. 1885. 

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George Chance of Birming- 
ham ; born 26 July, bapt. at 
St. Philip's, Birmingham, 15 
September 1790; died 16 
September, bur. at the Church 
of England Cemetery, Bir- 
mingham, 20 September 1 86 1. 
Will dated 22 November 
i860, proved at Birmingham 
18 October 1861, by Arent 
de Peyster Chance of 4 Port- 
land Road, Edgbaston, co. 
Warwick, the son, one of 
the Exors. 



Cornelia Maria, dau. of Arent 
Schuyler de Peyster of New York, 
U.S.A.; born 20 February 1806; 
marr. at Gracechurch, New York, 
19 May 1825; died 30 December 
1 88 1, bur. with her husband 3 Jan- 
uary 1882. Will dated 24 March 
1879, with codicil dated 15 June 
1879, proved at Birmingham, 26 
January 1882, by Arent de Peyster 
Chance of Shirley, near Birmingham, 
William Edward Chance of Edgbas- 
ton, and Alexander Macomb Chance 
of Edgbaston, the sons, the Exors. 



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(For Issue see Pedigree of Chance of Birmingham, 
Third Branch.) 



Edward Chance, bom 19 
May, bapt. at St. Philip's, 
Birmingham, 7 December 
1 792 ; died at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, 4 November, bur. 
at the Church of England 
Cemetery, Birmingham, 10 
November 1866. Will 
dated 24 November 1864, 
with codicil dated 25 No- 
vember 1864, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 77, 67) 16 February 
1867, by George Chance of 
Leinster Gardens, Bays- 
water, CO. Middlesex, and 
William Edward Chance of 
Portland Road, Edgbaston, 
the nephews, the Exors. 



John Homer Chance of Edgbaston ; born= 
at Highgate, co. Middlesex, 31 July 1827. 
He marr. 2ndly at Wraxall, co. Somerset, 25 
February 1869, Frances Maria, 4th dau. of 
James Edward Homer of Wraxall, who was 
born 15 October 1823. 




=Cornelia de Peyster, eldest dau. 
of George Chance of Birming- 
ham by Cornelia Maria his 
wife, dau. of Arent Schuyler 
de Peyster of New York ; born 
29 March 1827; marr. at Edg- 
baston Parish Church 24 April 
1852 ; died at Sunny Bank, Edg- 
baston, 20 January, bur. at the 
Church of England Cemetery, 
Birmingham, 25 January 1867. 



Sophia, born 
at Highgate 
18 September 
1829; died 17 
October 1830, 
bur. in Bunhill 
Fields Ceme- 
tery, London. 



Francis Theodore 

Chance, born at Oakley, 
West Bromwich, co. 
Staffs, 9 March 1853, 
bapt. and died there 
the next day, and was 
bur. at Holy Trinity, 
West Bromwich. 



John de PeysterChance, 
born 4 April, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, West 
Bromwich, 19 May 
1854; died 22 January, 
bur. at Melbourne, Vic- 
toria, Australia, 2 7 
January 1874. 



Charles Cottrell Chance, 
born at Oakley, West 
Bromwich, 10 July, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, West 
Bromwich, 23 August 
1855 ; died at Oakley, 
West Bromwich, 25 No- 
vember, bur. at Holy 
Trinity, West Bromwich, 
29 November 1855. 

George Chance, born 1 3 
November 1856, bapt. 
privately at Oakley, West 
Bromwich; died there 28 
November bur. at Holy 
Trinity, West Bromwich, 
I December 1856. 



Ernest Chance of= 
Burghfield Bridge, 
CO. Berks ; born 
at Spring Grove, 
Birmingham, 28 
October 1857, and 
bapt. at St. John's, 
Ladywood, Bir- 
mingham. 



Lucylsabella Barrington, 
dau. of Robert Thomas 
Elsam Barrington Cooke, 
F.R.C.S., of the Haven, 
Scarborough, by Emily 
his wife, dau. of John 
Bury of Swinton, co. 
Lane. ; born 10 Feb., 
bapt. at Scalby, co. York, 
22 March 1859; marr. at 
St. Martin's-on-the-Hill, 
Scarborough, 2 7 Sept. 
1888. 



Geoffrey Henry Barrington Chance, 
born 16 December 1893, bapt. at 
Burghfield, co. Berks, 11 January 
1894. 



Walter Peyton Chance, born 3 November 1855 ; Sidney Chance, born 8 June 1857, died 12 

of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1878; died Dec, bur. at Birmingham 16 Dec. 1858. 
30 January, bur. at the Church of England — 

Cemetery, Birmingham, 4 February 1880. Frances Ethel, born 8 February 1862. 

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Henry Chance, born 29 September, bapt. at St.= 
Philip's, Birmingham, 19 December 1794; of 
Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law ; died s.p. 16 Feb- 
ruary, bur. in Highgate Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 
22 February 1876. Will dated 14 November 1836, 
with six codicils dated respectively 27 December 
1837, 30 December 1837, 6 November 1856, 
28 February 1857, 5 May 1866, and 24 June 
1867, proved (Prin. Reg., 297, 76) 3 April 1876, 
by George Chance of Leinster Gardens, co. Mid- 
dlesex, and Frank Chance of Burleigh House, 
Sydenham, co. Surrey, M.D., the nephews, two 
of the Exors. 



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=Ann Maria, dau. 
of William Evans 
of Wolverhamp- 
ton ; marr. at 
Yardley, near Bir- 
mingham,inApril 
1836; died at 
Leamington, co. 
Warwick, aged 
79, 7 May, bur. 
with her hus- 
band 1 2 May 
1887. 



Charlotte, born 25 May, 
bapt. at St. Philip's, 
Birmingham, 30 June 
1796; died 2 June, bur. 
at St. Paul's, Birming- 
ham, 8 June 1827. 

Caroline, born 20 May 
1798, bapt. at St. 
Philip's, Birmingham, 
15 March 1799; died 
4 February, bur. at St. 
Paul's, Birmingham, 10 
February 1818. 



Sarah, born 14 May, bapt. at St. Philip's, Birming- 
ham, 9 September 1 800 ; marr. at St. Pancras, 
London, 20 March 1832, Jonah Smith Wells, who 
was born 15 April 1796, died 27 May, and was 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery 31 May 1876 ; she 
died 3 February 1835, and was interred at St. Paul's, 
Covent Garden ; her remains were removed to 
Kensal Green Cemetery 8 April 1835. 



Maria, born 1 April 1803, bapt. at St. 
Philip's, Birmingham, 11 January, 1805; 
died at Leamington 2 May, bur. at the 
General Cemetery, Birmingham, 7 May 
1881. Will dated 4 September 1879, with 
codicil dated 10 May 1880, proved at Bir- 
mingham 30 May 1881, by Robert Lucas 
Chance and John Homer Chance, both of 
Edgbaston, the nephews, the Eiiors. 



Katharine Navarre, born at Sunny Bank, 
Edgbaston, 1 1 April, bapt. at St. John's, 
Harborne, co. Stafford, 23 May 1859; 
marr. at Edgbaston Parish Church 19 
April 1882, Nicolo Francesco DracopoU 
of Villa Dracopoli, Antibes ; born at 
Smyrna 10 October 1843. 



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Robert Lucas Chance, born at 
Sunny Bank, Edgbaston, 4 
June, bapt. at St. John's, Har- 
borne, 25 July i860; died at 
Sunny Bank, Edgbaston, 1 1 Au- 
gust 1863. 



Herbert Chance, born 
at Sunny Bank, Edg- 
baston, 3 October 
1861, died there 21 
October in the same 
year. 



Wilberforce Chance of=Eliza, only dau. of William Wright of Crewe, 
Southport, born at Sunny co. Chester, by Emma his wife, dau. of 
^ ' " JohnCookeofWinterley, CO. Chester; born 

8 November i860, bapt. as an adult at 
Christ Church, Crewe, in 1883; marr. there 
II February 1884. 



Bank, Edgbaston, 10 Jan 
uary, bapt. at St. John's, 
Harborne, 11 April 1863. 



I 
Edmond Ross Chance, 
born 18 January, bapt. at 
St. John's, Harborne, 
21 June 1864; of Jesus 
College, Cambridge. 




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Cfjance of iSirmingfjam. 

(Seco7td Branch.) 

William Chance of Birmingham (son=T=Phoebe, 4th dau. of 



of William Chance of Birmingham 
by Sarah his wife, dau. of Robert 
Lucas of Bristol) ; born 29 August, 
bapt. at St. Philip's, Birmingham, 
13 November 1788; J. P. for Bir- 
mingham and for co. Warwick, High 
Bailiff of Birmingham 1829-30; died 
8 February, bur. at the Church of 
England Cemetery, Birmingham, 15 
February 1856. Will dated 20 June 
1854, proved (Prin. Reg., 373, 56) 
28 May 1856, by Phoebe Chance, 
the relict, and James Timmins 
Chance and George Chance, the 
sons, three of the Exors. 



Arms on record at the College of 
Arms. — Gules, a saltire vair between 
two fleurs-de-lis in pale, and as many 
towers in fesse argent. 

Crest. — A demi-lion rampant gules, 
semee of annulets or, between the paws 
a sword erect, entwined by a wreath of 
oak proper. 

Motto. —Deo non fortuna. 




James Timmins of Bir- 
mingham, by Eleanor 
his wife, dau. of John 
Southern of Birming- 
ham ; born 2 July 
1790 ; marr. at St. Mar- 
tin's, Birmingham, 6 
August 181 1 ; died at 
The Mythe, Edgbaston, 
CO. Warwick, 15 April, 
bur. with her husband 
21 April 1865. Will 
dated 24 February 1 863, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 303, 
65) 31 May 1865, by 
James Timmins Chance 
of Handsworth, co. 
Stafford, and George 
Chance of 28 Leinster 
Gardens, co. Middle- 
sex, the sons, the Exors. 



Eliza, born 10 January, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Bir- 
mingham, 18 February 
1813; marr. at St. John's, 
Edgbaston, 10 January 
1856, John Unett of Lawn- 
side, Edgbaston, afterwards 
of Filey, co. York ; born 2 
April 1799; died 14 April, 
bur. at Filey 18 April 1877. 
She died 16 June, and 
was bur. at Filey 20 June 
1874. 



James Timmins Chance of Princes=j=Elizabeth, 4th dau. of George 



Gate, London, and of Hove, co. 
Sussex, formerly of Handsworth, 
CO. Stafford, and Four Oaks Park, 
CO. Warwick ; born at Birmingham 
22 March, bapt. at St. Mary's 
Church there 30 April 18 14; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1838, M.A. 1841, M.A. O.xford 
(ad eundtm) 1848, a Student of Lin- 
coln's Inn 1836, J. P. and D.L. for 
counties of Stafford and Worcester, 
High Sheriff for co. Stafford 1868. 



Ferguson of Houghton Hall, 
Carlisle, by Ann his wife, dau. 
of Rev. Thomas Pattinson, 
Rector of Kirklinton, co. Cum- 
berland ; born 18 September, 
bapt. at Stanwix, co. Cumber- 
land, 14 October 1819; marr. 
at Hodnet, co. Salop, 26 June 
1845; died at Dover 27 Au- 
gust, bur. at the Church of 
England Cemetery, Birming- 
ham, 5 September 1887. 

B 



Frances Elizabeth, born 7 August, bapt. at Handsworth Margaret Anne, born 1 7 April, bapt. 
17 September 1847. ^t Handsworth 11 June 1850. 



Edith Mary, born i November 1848, bapt. at Hands- 
worth I January 1849; marr. at Sutton Coldfield, co. 
Warwick, 4 May 1875, Archibald Edward Dobbs (son 
of Archibald Edward Dobbs, Master in Equity, Accoun- 
tant-General, and Keeper of the Records in the Supreme 
Court of Judicature of Bengal, by Elizabeth Catherine 
his wife, dau. of George Chapman ; and grandson of 
Richard Conway Dobbs of Castle Dobbs, co. Antrim) ; 
born 29 June 1838, and bapt. at Calcutta; of Balliol 
College, Oxford, matriculated 19 October 1857, aged 19, 
B.A. 1862, M.A. 1865, a Student of Lincoln's Inn 12 
November 1862, called to the Bar 9 June 1865. 



A 



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Eleanor Phoebe, born 8 Jan., bapt. at 
Handsworth 24 Feb. 1852; marr. at 
Sutton Coldfield 5 Dec. 1877, Rev. 
William Campbell Riland-Bedford (son 
of Rev. William Kirkpatrick Riland- 
Bedford, M.A., of Brasenose College, 
Oxford, Patron and formerly Rector of 
Sutton Coldfield, by Maria Amy his 
wife, dau. of Joseph Houson) ; born 29 
May, bapt. at Sutton Coldfield 29 June 
i852;ofClareCollege,Cambridge,B.A. 
1875, M.A. 1878, Rector and Rural 
Dean of Sutton Coldfield. 
T 



William Chance of Birmingham,= 
born 7 August, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Birmingham, 27 Octo- 
ber 1815; died in Paris 4 
August, bur. at the Church of 
England Cemetery, Birming- 
ham, 15 August 1862. Will 
dated 20 January 1852, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 541, 62) 6 October 
i862,by JamesTimminsChance 
of Handsworth, co. Stafford, and 
George Chance of Leinster Gar- 
dens, London, the brothers, the 
Exors. 




^Mary Elizabeth, dau. of 
Joseph Frederick Ledsam of 
Edgbaston, co. Warwick, J. P. 
for counties of Worcester, 
Warwick, and Stafford, and 
D.L. for CO. Warwick, by 
Elizabeth Ann Ashton his 
wife, dau. of James God- 
dington of Camp Hill, Bir- 
mingham ; born 2 March 
1825; marr. at Edgbaston 
Parish Church 14 July 1846. 
She marr. 2ndly at Selly 
Oak, CO. Worcester, 29 Oc- 
tober 1866, Rev. Augustus 
Castle Cleary. She died 16 
May, and was bur. at Christ 
Church, Sandown, Isle of 
Wight, 24 May 1881. 



Sarah, born 15 May, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Birmingham, 29 
Sept. 1 8 1 7 ; marr. at St. Thomas', 
Birmingham, 24 May 1842, 
Charles Rogers Cope of Har- 
borne, Birmingham, J. P. ; bom 
25 April 181 2; died at Torquay 
CO. Devon, 28 Nov., bur. at the 
Church of England Cemetery, 
Birmingham, 5 Dec. 1874. She 
died 29 June, bur. at St. Paul's, 
Birmingham, 4 July 1844. His 
will dated 20 Dec. 187 1, with co- 
dicil dated 5 July 1S73, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1 1 2, 75)4 Feb. 1875, 
by Sarah Anne Cope of Edgbas- 
ton, CO. Warwick, the relict, one 
of the Exors. =j= 



I 

Adelaide Anne, born 28 
April, bapt. at Edgbas- 
ton Parish Church 2 
June 185 1 ; died 21 
July, bur. at the Church 
of England Cemetery, 
Birmingham, 26 July 
1856. 



Emily Mary, born 8 June, bapt. at Edgbaston Parish Church 10 
August 1854 ; marr. at Sandown 7 October 1880, Robert Gerard Fox 
of Chad Hill, Sandown (son of Rev. William Darwin Fox of Broad- 
lands, Sandown, formerly Rector of Delamere, co. Chester, by Ellen 
Sophia his wife, dau. of Basil George Woodd of Hillfield, Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex) ; born at Hampstead i October, bapt. at Delamere 
17 December 1849; of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 26 
November 1869, aged 20, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1878, J. P. for co. Hants. 



I 



William Chance= 
of Wharfenden, 
Frimley, co. Sur- 
rey ; born 2 July, 
bapt. at Hands- 
vporth 4 Septem- 
ber 1853; of 
Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1876, M.A. 1879, 
a Student of the 
Inner Temple 29 
November 1876, 
called to the Bar 
1 7 November 
1879, a Member 
of the Midland 
Circuit, J. P. for 
CO. Surrey. 



=Julia Charlotte, only 
child of Lieut.-Col. 
Henry Strachey of 
Basing House, 

Bournemouth, Ben- 
gal Army (retired), 
by Joanna Cathe- 
rine his wife, dau. 
of Rudolph Cloetb 
of Newlands, Cape 
of Good Hope ; 
born 14 April 1864; 
marr. at St. Ste- 
phen's, South Ken- 
sington, London, 
15 October 1884. 



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George Ferguson= 
Chance of The 
Grove, Clent, co. 
Worcester; born 
25 Sept., bapt. at 
Handsworth 29 
Oct. 1854 ; of 
Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1878, M.A. 1881. 



=Mary Kathleen, dau. of Rev. Henry 
Stobart of Totteridge, co. Herts, 
M.A., of Queen's College, Oxford, 
formerly Rector of ^\'arkton, co. 
Northampton, by Anne his wife, dau. 
of St. Clair Kelburn Mulholland, 
J. P., of Mount Bagnall, co. Louth, 
and Eglantine, co. Down ; born 2 
June, bapt. at Langton, co. York, 
15 July i860; marr. at Totteridge 
21 April 1891. 




Roger James Ferguson 
Chance, born 26 January, 
bapt. at Clent, co. Wor- 
cester, 21 March 1893. 

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Katharine Dorothea, 
born 7 February, 
bapt. at Clent 12 
April 1894. 



George Chance of 28 Leinster Gardens, London ; born= 
22 December 18 18, bapt. at St. Mary's, Birmingham, 
18 April 1821 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1843, M.A. 1846, a Student of Lincoln's Inn 15 Feb- 
ruary 1843, called to the Bar 24 November 1846, J. P. 
for CO. Middlesex, one of the three Commissioners 
appointed to enquire into the Trades' Union Outrages 
at Sheffield and Manchester in 1867, Metropolitan 
Police Magistrate 1870-89. 



=Mary, dau. of Rev. 
George Richard 
Downward of the 
Castle, Shrewsbury, 
by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Peter 
Beck of Kingsland, 
Shrewsbury ; born 
at Whitchurch, co. 
Salop, 4 Aug. 1828, 
and bapt. privately 
there ; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Shrews- 
bury, 14 April 1853. 



Frederick Chance, 
born 21 June, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Birmingham, 24 
September 1821; 
died 19 July, bur. 
at St. Thomas', 
Birmingham, 24 
July 1841. 



George Chance, born in London 20 January, 
bapt. at St. James', Paddington, London, 22 
February 1854; died 24 February, bur. at 
Harrow Weald, co. Middlesex, i March 1859. 

Alice Mary, born at Shrewsbury 7 September, 
bapt. at St. Mary's there 3 October 1855 ; marr. 
at Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, London, 3 
August 1 88 1, Frank Loftus Wright (son of 
Thomas Cooke Wright by Fanny his wife, dau. 
of William Layton Lowndes, Q.C., J. P., and 
D.L.); born 6 November 1852, and bapt. at St. 
Pancras ; of New College, Oxford, matriculated 
14 October 1871, aged 18, B.A. 1875, M.A. 
1878, a Student of Lincoln's Inn 10 November 
1875, called to the Bar 3 July 1878. 



I 



Arthur Frederick Chance, born in London 4 
December, bapt. at Christ Church, Padding- 
ton, 10 January 1858; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1884. 

Harry Chance, R.A., born 2 October, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Shrewsbury, 28 October 1859. 

Charles Richard Chance, born in London 13 
July, bapt. at Christ Church, Paddington, 15 
August 1861 ; of Trinity College, Oxford, 
matriculated 16 October 1880, aged 19. 

Lilian Mary, born 8 November 1867, bapt. at 
the Parish Church, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 
I January 1868. 



James Frederick Chance, born 9 April, 
bapt. at Handsworth, co. Stafford, 8 
June 1856; of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1882. 



xA-t^t-t-S- 




Bertha Louisa, born 19 September, bapt. at Handsworth 
I November 1857 ; died 14 March, bur. at the Church 
of England Cemetery, Birmingham, 20 March 1867. 

Katharine, born 8 May, bapt. at Handsworth 7 July 
1859, died at Aberystwith, co. Cardigan, 8 June, bur. at 
Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick, 14 June 1893. 

Marian Georgiana, born 11 April, bapt. at Handsworth 
23 May 1862. 



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Edward Chance of Great Malvern, co. Worcester; born 28= 
October 1824, bapt. at St. Mary's, Birmingham, 3 March 
1825; J. P. and D.L. for co. Worcester; died 27 May, 
bur. in the cemetery at Great Malvern 2 June 1S81. A 
chapel was erected to his memory at Malvern Common, 
and a brass tablet placed in the Abbey Church of Great 
Malvern. Will dated 26 July 1879, with two codicils, 
both dated 20 May 1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 582, 81) 
8 August 1 88 1, by Frederick William Chance of Morton, 
Carlisle, co. Cumberland, the son, Henry Chance of 
Sherborne House, Warwick, the brother, and Alexander 
Macomb Chance of Edgbaston, the Exors. Probate 
being granted under certain specialities. 



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^^^iy^^i'n^^ 




=Maria Isabella, dau. of Joseph 
Ferguson of Carlisle, J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Cumberland, M.P. for Car- 
lisle 1852-57, by Isabella Maria 
his wife, dau. of John Clark of Beb- 
side, CO. Northumberland; born 26 
April, bapt. at St. Mary's, Carlisle, 
13 July 1830; marr. at Maryle- 
bone Parish Church, London, 16 
May 1850; died at Bordighera, 
Northern Italy, 24 April, and bur. 
there 26 April 1890. Adiiion 
granted 30 May 1890, to Frederick 
William Chance of Morton, Carlisle, 
CO. Cumberland, the son, and one of 
the next of kin. 



Maria Isabella, born 
at Handsworth 30 
Aug. 185 1 ; marr. at 
the Abbey Church, 
Great Malvern, 13 
Sept. 1877, Edward 
John Gross (son of 
SamuelChilton Gross 
of Alderton, co. Suf- 
folk ; born 3 Feb. 
1844 ; Fellow and 
Bursar of Caius Col- 
lege, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1866, M.A. 
1869. She died 30 
May, and was bur. 
at the cemetery, 
Cambridge, 3 June 
1886. =1= 



Frederick William= 
Chance of Morton, 
Carlisle, born at 
Handsworth 26 
December 1852 ; 
of Caius College, 
Cambridge, J. P. 
for Carlisle and for 
CO. Cumberland. 



=Mary, younger dau. 
of George Berkeley 
Seton-Karrofthe In- 
dian Civil Service, 
by Eleanor his wife, 
dau. of William Us- 
borne of Branches 
Park, CO. Suffolk ; 
born near Poona, 
India, 30 Sept. 
1854, marr.at Christ 
Church, Lancaster 
Gate, London, 14 
Jan. 1880. 




Louisa, born at Handsworth 23 
Jan. 185s ; marr. at the Abbey 
Church, Great Malvern, 13 April 
1875, Claude Andrews Calthrop 
(son of James Calthrop of Deep- 
ing St. Nicholas, co. Lincoln) ; 
born 20 Dec. 1844; died at 
Brancaster,co. Norfolk, 18 April, 
bur. in the cemetery at Great 
Malvern 22 April 1893. 

A 

Annie Elizabeth, born at Hands- 
worth 29 June, bapt. at the 
Parish Church there i Aug. 1856. 

Katherine Mary, born at Hands- 
worth 3 April, bapt. at the Parish 
Church there 30 June 1858. 



Edward Seton Chance, born Robert Christopher Chance, Eleanor Mary, born 23 April, 

23 June, bapt. at St. James', born 28 Nov. 1883, bapt. at St. bapt. at St. James', Carlisle, 

Carlisle, 24 July 1881. James', Carlisle, 13 Jan. 1884. 2 June 1889. 

Andrew Ferguson Chance, born Frederick Selby Chance, born Kenneth Miles Chance, born 

9 November, bapt. at St. James', 17 Feb., bapt. at St. James', 27 Jan., bapt. at St. James', 

Carlisle, 10 December 1882. Carhsle, 18 April 1886. Carlisle, 19 March 1893. 



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Henry Chance of Leamington,=j=Mary Letitia, dau. 



of George Latham 
Bennett of Glenefy, 
CO. Limerick, J. P. 
for counties of 
Limerick and Tip- 
perary, by Letitia 



CO. Warwick, formerly of Sher- 
bourne House, Warwick ; born 
26 January 1828, bapt. at St. 
Thomas', Birmingham, 10 Feb- 
ruary 1831, of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1850, M.A. 

1853 ; J. P. for the counties of j his wife, dau. of 
Warwick and Worcester, and D.L. | Robert Fetherstone 
for CO. Warivick, High Sheriff of] of Bruree, co. Lime- 
rick ; born i July 
1835, marr. at St. 
Thomas', Dublin, 
18 September 1856; 
died 22 June, bur. 
at Lillington, near 
Warwick, 25 June 
1890. 



Warwickshire 1885-86. 



Phcebe Louisa, born 6 October 1830, 
bapt. at St. Thomas', Birmingham, 10 
February 1831, marr. at Handsworth 
Parish Church, co. Stafford, 20 July 
1859, Rev. Richard Ferguson (son of 
George Ferguson of Houghton Hall, 
Carlisle); born 15 October 18 14; 
Fellow of Pembroke College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1839, M.A. 1842, Vicar 
of St. Matthew's, Smethwick, co. Staf- 
ford, afterwards Rector of Durley, co. 
Hants ; died at Great Malvern, co. 
Worcester, 28 August, bur. at the 
cemetery there 2 September 1890. His 
will dated 29 October 1885, proved at 
Worcester 14 October 1890, by Phoebe 
Louisa Ferguson of Cranfield, Great 
Malvern, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



Amy Letitia, born 16 August 1857, bapt. 
at St. George's, Edgbaston, co. Warwick; 
marr. at St. James', Piccadilly, London, 4 
April 1877, George Herbert Lloyd of 
Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick (son of 
Sampson Samuel Lloyd, J. P., M.P. for 
Plymouth 1874-80, and for South War- 
wickshire 1884-85, by his I St wife Emma, 
dau. of Samuel Reeve of Leighton Buz- 
zard, CO. Bedford); born 13 March 1850; 
J. P. for Birmingham. 



Henry Fetherstone 
Chance, born 19 
February 1859, 

bapt. at St. George's, 
Edgbaston ; of Mag- 
dalen College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 
20 January 1877, 
aged 18. 



I 



Mary Helen, born 2 January 
1863 ; marr. at St. James', Pic- 
cadilly, i6January 1886, Edward 
Lingard Lucas (son of Sir Tho- 
mas Lucas, Bart., formerly of 
Ashtead Park, co. Surrey, J. P. 
and D.L., by his 2nd wife Mary 
Amelia, dau. of Robert Cham- 
berlin of Catton Hall, co. Nor- 
folk, J.P. and D.L.); born 16 
February i860. =t= 

Lucy Georgina, born 16 March 
1864. 



I 
Edward Ferguson= 
Chance of Clent 
Grange, co. Wor- 
cester ; born 9 
April, bapt. at the 
Abbey Church, 
Great Malvern, 3 
July i86i;ofCaius 
College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1884. 



=Eliza Gertrude, 3rd 
dau. of Col. Archibald 
Wybergh, formerly of 
the 63rd Regt., J. P., 
ofBorran'sHill, Dais- 
ton, CO. Cumberland, 
by Emily his wife, 
dau. of James Bailey 
Toldervy of Frederic- 
ton, New Brunswick, 
born 16 Dec. i868, 
bapt. at Curragh, Ire- 
land, 20 Jan. 1869 ; 
marr. at Sebergham, 
CO. Cumberland, 4 
Aug. 1887. 



Joseph Selby Chance= 
of Carlisle ; born 13 
October 1862, bapt. 
at the Abbey Church, 
Great Malvern, 3 
June 1863; of Trinity 
College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 16 October 
1880, aged 18, B.A. 
1884, J.P. for CO. 
Cumberland. 



=Helen Augusta, eldest dau. 
of Col. Archibald Wybergh, 
formerly 63rd Regt., J. P., of 
Borran's Hill, Dalston, by 
Emily his wife, dau. of James 
Bailey Toldervy of Frederic- 
ton, New Brunswick; born at 
London, Canada West, 2 Oc- 
tober 1862, and bapt. there; 
marr. at Sebergham, 4 August 
1887. 



Helen Josephine, born 
6 July, bapt. at St. 
James', Carlisle, 3 
August 1888. 



Norah, born 18 June, 
bapt. at St. James', 
Carlisle, 24 July 1891. 



Jl^^i^C-'-<^^<f *//f/^ 



^-«;e.-^?'»-tz-^_ 



'? 




€\)mtt of ^trming^am^ 

(Third Branch.) 



Arms on record at the College of 
Arms. — Gules, a saltire vair between 
two fleurs-de-lis in pale, and as many 
towers in fesse argent. 

Crest. — A demi-lion rampant gules, 
semee of annulets or, between the paws 
a sword erect, entwined by a wreath of 
oak proper. 

Motto. — Deo non fortuna. 



George Chance of Birming-= 
ham (son of William Chance 
of Birmingham, by Sarah his 
wife, dau. of Robert Lucas of 
Bristol); born 26 July, bapt. 
at St. Philip's, Birmingham, 
15 September 1790; died 16 
September, bur. at the Church 
of England Cemetery, Bir- 
mingham, 20 September 1 86 1. 
Will dated 22 November 
i860, proved at Birmingham 
18 October 1861, by Arent 
de Peyster Chance of 4 Port- 
land Road, Edgbaston, co. 
Warwick, the son, one of 
the Exors, 




Cornelia de Peyster, born 
in New York 29 March 
1827 ; marr. at Edgbaston 
Parish Church, 24 April 
1852 as his first wife, John 
Homer Chance of Edgbas- 
ton, born 31 July 1827. She 
died 20 January 1867, and 
was bur. at the Church of 
England Cemetery, Bir- 
mingl|am. =t= 

Henrietta Louisa, born in 
New York 8 May 1 8 2 9 ; died 
10 August 1835, bur. at New- 
Utrecht, Long Island, New 
York. 



Cornelia Maria, dau. of Arent 
Schuyler de Peyster of New 
York, U.S.A.; born 20 Feb- 
ruary 1806; marr. at Grace- 
church, New York, 19 May 
1825 ; died 30 December 1881, 
bur. with her husband 3 Jan- 
uary 1882. Will dated 24 
March 1879, with codicil dated 
15 June 1879, proved at Bir- 
mingham, 26 January 1882, by 
Arent de Peyster Chance of 
Shirley, near Birmingham, 
William Edward Chance of 
Edgbaston, • and Alexander 
Macomb Chance of Edgbaston, 
the sons, the Exors. 



Sarah Lucas, born in New 
York 7 Feb. 1831; marr. at 
Edgbaston Parish Church, 4 
April 1865, Robert Power of 
Freasley, co. Warwick (son of 
William Power of Freasley), 
born 28 Oct. 1824. She died 
8 July, bur. at Poles worth, co. 
Warwick, 11 July 1888. 

George Chance, born in New 
York in May 1833; died 14 
July 1834, bur. at St. Cle- 
ment's, New York. 

George Chance, born in New 
York in Jan. 1835 ; died 27 
Aug. 1836, bur. at St. Cle- 
ment's, New York. 



Arent de Peyster= 
Chance of Wheat- 
fields, Powick, CO. 
Worcester ; born 
in New York 25 
December 1836. 



=Maria, eldest 
dau. of William 
Lucas Sargant 
of Birmingham, 
by his ist wife, 
Maria, dau. of 
William Red- 
fern of Birming- 
ham ; born 8 
June 1837 ; 
marr. at Edg- 
baston Parish 
Church 4 De- 
cember 1862. 



Arent Schuyler Chance, born 
3 November 1863, bapt. at 
St. John's, Ladywood, Bir- 
mingham ; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1885. 



Grace Eleanor, born 7 May 1866, bapt. at St. Theodora, born 
John's, Ladywood; marr. at Powyke, 18 January 9 July, bapt. at 
1894, Jenner Guest Marshall (son of Rev. Jenner Shirley, co. War- 
Marshall, M.A., of Westcott Barton Manor, co. wick, 7 August 
Oxford, by Elizabeth his wife, nde Stothert). 187 1. 



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Maria Louisa, born 22 February 1840, and bapt. 
at St. Mark's, Birmingham ; marr. at Edgbaston 
Parish Church, 11 October 1865, Rev. Henry 
Cave-Brown-Cave (son of Thomas Cave-Brown- 
Cave of Repton, co. Derby, by Ann his wife, dau. 
of John Walker of Levenshulme, -co. Lane.); 
Vicar of Edington, co. Wilts ; died 4 February, 
bur. at Edington 8 February 1890. 



William Edward Chance^ 
of Aldby Park, York; 
born 1 2 August, bapt. at 
Wichnor, co. Stafford, 
24 October 1842 ; J. P. 
for CO. Worcester. 




=Laura, dau. of 
Thomas Thorney- 
croft Kesteven of 
Wolverhampton, by 
his 2nd wife Mary, 
dau. of Nathaniel 
Lawrence of Liver- 
pool ; born 21 
March, bapt. at 
Tettenhall, co. Staf- 
ford, 8 May 1857; 
marr. at Edgbaston 
Parish Church 21 
April 1875. 



George Harold de Peyster Chance, R.N., born 

7 October, bapt. at St. Augustine's, Edgbaston, 

8 November 1876; Midshipman H.M.S. "Royal 
Arthur" 1S93. 

Sylvia Mary de Navarre, born 21 April, bapt. at 
St. Augustine's, Edgbaston, 27 May 1879. 



Oswald Kesteven Chance, born i November, 
bapt. at St. Augustine's, Edgbaston, i Decem- 
ber 1880. 

Guy Ogden de Peyster Chance, born 28 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at St. Augustine's, Edgbaston, 
3 April 1892. 



Alexander Macomb Chance= 
of Lawnside, Edgbaston ; 
born 28 June, bapt. at St. 
Mark's, Birmingham, 25 July 
1844; J. P. and County 
Alderman for co. Worcester. 



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^Florence, eldest dau. of Major Arthur Hill Hasted Mercer, 
formerly of the 60th Rifles, by Elizabeth Anne his wife, dau. of 
Robert Hutchinson Ord, Royal Horse Artillery, of Greenstead 
Hall, Ongar, co. Essex, K.H. ; born 27 February, bapt. at 
Boskenna, co. Cornwall, 14 March 1850, marr. at St. John's, 
Brockley, co. Kent, 8 June 1870. 



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itiUote. 




Alexander Macomb Chance, 
born 10 October 187 1, 
bapt. at St. George's, Edg- 
baston ; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1893. 



George Herbert Chance, 
born 2 May 1873, bapt. at 
St. George's, Edgbaston ; 
died 8 March 1875, bur. at 
Quinton, co. Worcester. 



Constance Mary, born 14 November 

1874, bapt. at St. George's, Edg- 
baston; died 2 March 1877, bur. 
at Quinton. 

Beatrice Mabel, born 26 December 

1875, bapt. at St. George's, Edg- 
baston; died II January 1880, 
bur. at Quinton. 



Susan, born 9 August 1877, bapt. 
St. George's, Edgbaston. 



at 



Kenneth Macomb Chance, 
born 16 July 1879, bapt. at 
St. George's, Edgbaston. 

Edgar Percival Chance, born 
30 March 1881, bapt. at St. 
George's, Edgbaston. 

Clinton Frederick Chance, 
born 31 March 1883, bapt. 
at St. George's, Edgbaston. 



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a-''>xcjz. 



iSonI) of 3|tg!) iBngar, to. Cssey. 



Arms. — Argent, on a chevron sable three bezants. 

Crest. — A demi pegasus azure, winged and setnee of estoiles or. 



Rev. William Bond (son of William Bond of Norwich, co. Norfolk),= 
born at Norwich 22 November 1745 ; of Caius College, Cambridge, 
Scholar 1762-67, B.A. 1766, M.A. 1769, Fellow 1767-89, Rector 
of Wheatacre and Mutford with Barnby, co. Suffolk ; died, aged 86, 
7 June, bur. at St. Michael's, Cambridge, 14 June 1832. M.I. 
Will dated 30 June 1802, with codicils dated respectively 24 
September 1825 and 5 December 1828, proved (P.C.C., 417, 
Tenterden) 7 July 1832, by Martha Bond, the relict and sole 
Executrix. 



=Martha, dau. of Richard 
Hayles of Cambridge, by 
Martha his wife, dau. of 
William Thurlbourn; born 
13 October 1758; marr. at 
St. Botolph's, Cambridge, 
II January 1790; died, 
aged 92, 5 March, bur. at 
Cambridge Cemetery 1 1 
March 1851. M.I. 

A 



Rev. William Bond, born at Wheatacre 2 March 1795, and bapt.= 
there privately the same day, baptism registered at the Parish 
Church, Wheatacre; of Caius College, Cambridge, Scholar 
1813-14, of Corpus Christi College, B.A. 1817, M.A. 1820, 
Rector of Beauchamp Roding, co. Essex; died 23 October, bur. 
at Beauchamp Roding 29 October 1887. Will dated 6 August 
1868, proved (Prin. Reg., 1002, 87) 8 December 1887, by Rev. 
William Henry Bond of High Ongar, co. Essex, the son and 
sole Exor. 




Ljetitia Frances Annie, born 22 December 
1826, bapt. at Little Warley, co. Essex, 21 
January 1827 ; marr. at Beauchamp Ro- 
ding 7 July 1857, Rev. John Clarke Lewis, 
born at Dudley, co. Worcester, 7 June 
1830; Scholar of Christ's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1858, Rector of 
Alverdiscot, co. Devon ; died 28 August, 
bur. at Alverdiscot 3 September 1873. 
She died 25 February, and was bur. at 
Beauchamp Roding 29 February 1868. 



Rev. William Henry= 
Bond, born 2 No- 
vember, bapt. at 
East Horndon 2 
December 1831 ; of 
Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1854, M.A. 1857, 
Rector of High 
Ongar. 



=La£titia, dau. of Rev. James 
Birch, Rector of Corringham, 
CO. Essex, by Ann his wife, 
dau. of Rev. Cornelius Mur- 
din; born at Houghton, co. 
Hants, 6 May, bapt. there 
privately 9 June 1788, and 
received into the church 4 
September 1788; marr. at 
East Horndon, co. Essex, 27 
October 1825; died 15 May, 
bur. at Beauchamp Roding 
20 May 1850. 



=Marianne, dau. of Rev. Henry 
John Earle, B.A. of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, and 
Rector and Patron of High 
Ongar, J. P. for co. Esse.x, by 
Charlotte his wife, dau. of 
Rev. James Sperling of 
Monks' Hall, co. Essex; born 
at High Ongar 23 Dec, bapt. 
there privately 29 Dec. 1832 ; 
marr. there 16 Oct. 1862 ; 
died 29 Sept., bur. at Beau- 
champ Roding 5 Oct. 1872. 



Mary Lsetitia, 
born 3 Decem- 
ber 1863, bapt. 
at Beauchamp 
Roding 3 Jan- 
uary 1864. 



Lewis Charles Powell Bond,= 
born 22 March, bapt. at 
Beauchamp Roding 22 April 
1866. 



=Martha, dau. of Edward 
Taylor of Burford, Ontario, 
Canada; born 4 November 
1873; marr. at Burford in 
1890. 



Mary, born at Burford, 
Ontario; bur. there in 
August 1 89 1. 



Cyril Bond.born 
at Beauchamp 
Roding 18 Apr., 
bapt. there 21 
May 1 87 1, B.A. 
of Pembroke 
College, Cam- 
bridge, 



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Mary Elizabeth, born 30 May, bapt. at 
Wheatacre, co. Suffolk, i June 1797; 
died, aged 13, 17 July, bur. at St. Michael 
in Coslany, Norwich, 20 July 1810. 

Sophia, born 29 August, bapt. at Wheat- 
acre privately the next day, baptism 
registered at Wheatacre Parish Church ; 
died I September, bur. at Wheatacre 3 
September 1798. 

Frances, born at Wheatacre 24 December 
1799, bapt. there privately the next day, 
baptism registered at Wheatacre Parish 
Church; died, aged 57, 20 May, bur. at 
Cambridge Cemetery 27 May 1857. M.I. 



Henry John Hayles Bond,= 
born 22 December 1801, 
bapt. at Wheatacre 3 January 
1S102 ; Fellow of Corpus 
Christi College, Cambridge, 
M.B. 1825, M.L. 1829, 
M.D. 1831, Reader in Physic 
to Her Majesty, Regius Pro- 
fessor of Physic at the 
University of Cambridge, 
died, aged 81, 3 September, 
bur. at Cambridge Cemetery 
7 September 1883. M.I. 



=Mary, dau. of William 
Carpenter of Monk 
Tofts, CO. Norfolk, 
and Lord of the 
Manor of Aldeby, co. 
Norfolk, and niece of 
Rear-Admiral Sir Ed- 
ward Berry ; born 26 
March 1805; marr. 
at Monk Tofts 1 1 De- 
cember 1834; died, 
aged 79, 14 February, 
bur. at Cambridge 
Cemetery 19 February 
1885. M.I. 



Louisa Mary, born 19 March, 
bapt. at St. Benedict's, Cam- 
bridge, 18 April 1836 ; marr. 
there 19 July 1862, Rev. 
Thomas Francis Boddington 
(son of Reginald Brook Bod- 
dington of Burcher Court, 
Titley, co. Hereford, J. P. 
and D.L., by Frances Anne 
his 2nd wife, dau. of Rev. 
William St. Andrew Vincent, 
Vicar of Bolney, co. Sussex) ; 
born 9 March, bapt. at Titley 
8 April 1838; of St. Peter's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1862, M.A. 1865, Vicar of 
Wroxham-cum-Salehouse, co. 
Norfolk. =j= 

A 

(See Boddington Pedigree, 
Vol. /, page 124.) 



Frances Julia, born 
19 June, bapt. at St. 
Mary-the-Less, Cam- 
bridge, 17 July 1S37. 

Ellen Mary, born 28 
August, bapt. at St. 
Alary-the-Less, Cam- 
bridge 8 September 
1838. 

Henry Bond, born i 
September, bapt. at 
St. Mary-the-Less, 
Cambridge, 26 Sep- 
tember 1839 ; Lieut. 
R.A., attached to the 
Expedition to China ; 
died at Tientsin, 
China, 23 July 1861, 
and bur. in the Takoo 
Fort there. 



Sophia Ann, born 18 
October, bapt. at St. 
Mary-the-Less, Cam- 
bridge, 17 November 
1840; died, 21 March, 
bur. at Cambridge 
Cemetery 26 March 
1856. M.I. 

Althea Jane, born 19 
February, bapt. at St. 
Mar)--the-Less, Cam- 
bridge, 3 May 1842 ; 
marr. at St. Thomas', 
Portman Square, Lon- 
don, 9 July 1885, John 
Innes Stephen, son of 
Alexander Stephen of 
Barnstaple, CO. Devon. 



Jessy Margaretta, 
born I June, bapt. 
at St. Benedict's, 
Cambridge, 29 
June 1843. 



Clara Isabella, 
born 8 June, bapt. 
at St. ]3enedict's, 
Cambridge, 16 
July 1845. 

Frederica Mary, 
born 30 January, 
bapt. at St. 
Benedict's, Cam- 
bridge, 7 March 
1848. 



^^^yr^./^^^^ 



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Collier. 



Samuel Collier of Witney, co. Oxford (son of John=f=Ann, dau. of Thomas Phipps of 



Collier of Witney, by Ann his wife, dau. of John Dutton 
of Witney); born 13 August, bapt. at Witney 14 
September 1770; died 31 March 1848, and was bur. at 
Shipston-on-Stour, co. Worcester. 



London, and widow of Richard 
Collier ; marr. at Witney 30 March 
1802 ; died 25 August, bur. at Witney 
29 August 1831. 



Thomas Collier of Heathfield, co. Sussex, born 9 June 1803,= 
bapt. at Witney 4 April 1804; died 10 August, bur. in East 
Finchley Churchyard, co. Middlesex, 14 August 1880. Will 
dated 4 August 1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 714, 80) 16 September 
1880, by Rev. Henry Nicholas Collier of East End, Finchley, 
CO. Middlesex, and Rev. Thomas Grey Collier of Dovercourt, 
Harwich, co. Essex, the sons, the Exors. 







=EHzabeth, dau. of Nicholas 
Hellings, Controller of Cus- 
toms at Falmouth, co. Corn- 
wall, by Mary (Grey) his 
wife; born 13 May 1799; 
marr. at Tor Mohun, co. 
Devon, 22 June 1830; 
died 28 November, bur. in 
East Finchley Churchyard 3 
December 1875. 



Rev. Henry Nicholas^ 
Collier, born 3c 
June 1832 ; Scholar 
of Christ's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1859, M.A. 1862; 
Vicar of East Finch- 
ley 1870. 



=Margaret Everina, dau. of 
Thomas Paul Lefroy of 
Carriglas Manor, co. Long- 
ford, and of Ardmore Bray, 
CO. Wicklow, Ireland, by 
his wife the Hon''''= Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Hugh, 3rd 
Lord Massy ; born 8 Nov. 
1837, and bapt. in Dublin ; 
marr. at St. Peter's there 
24 Jan. 1872. 



Rev. Thomas Grey= 
Collier, born 1 2 
May 1844; Scholar 
of Corpus Christi 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1868, M.A. 
1872, Vicar of Dover- 
court, CO. Essex, 
1880. 



Mary Everina, born 20 January, bapt. 
at East Finchley 28 February 1873. 

Arthur Henry Lefroy Collier, born 3 
December 1874, bapt. at East Finchley 
2 February 1875. 

Cecil Massy Collier, born 24 August, 
bapt. at East Finchley 29 September 
1876. 



Charles Bernard Grey Collier, 
born at Richmond, co. Sur- 
rey, 17 July, bapt. at the 
Parish Church there 12 
August 1877. 

Cuthbert Grey Collier, born 
at Richmond 30 March, bapt. 
at the Parish Church there 
30 April 1879. 



=Alice Elizabeth, dau. 
of John Noble of 
Bombers Cudham, co. 
Kent, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Daniel 
Stone of London ; 
born 27 February 
1843; marr. at St. 
Giles', Camberwell, co. 
Surrey, 14 January 
1875- 



Julia Mary Grey, born at 
Dovercourt 1 5 July, bapt. 
at the Parish Church 
there 17 August 1881. 



Austin Grey Collier, born 
at Dovercourt 24 June, 
bapt. at St. Augustine's 
there 17 July 1884. 



^Ly^0^^ 



74 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Quarterly : i and 
4, Argent, a cross engrailed sable between four pellets, 
each charged with a pheon or, on a canton azure a 
ducal crown gold ; 2 and 3, on a bend engrailed gules, 
between two lions rampant or, langued azure, three 
scaling ladders of the field (Kcelinge). 

Crest I. — A horse's head erased argent, gorged with a ducal 
crown azure, charged on the neck with a pheon sable. 

Crest 2, on record in Ulster's Office. — On a cap of mainten- 
ance gules, turned up ermine, a scaling ladder in bend 
sinister or. 

Motto. — Sub cruce salus. 



JFletcl)er of ilatonestoooli anti Wi^xlt^ 
illagna, to. ^taffort. 



Thomas Fletcher of Darlaston, and afterwards of Handsworth,= 
CO. Stafford (son of William Fletcher of Darlaston, and 
afterwards of Cannock, co. Stafford, by Alice his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Blakemore of Northwich, co. Chester); born at Darlas- 
ton 19 Februar)', bapt. there 21 April 1772; died i April, 
bur. at Darlaston 10 April 1827. M.I. in Handsworth Parish 
Church. Will dated 21 March 1827, proved P.C.C. 11 July 
1827. Had lands at Great Wyrley, Cannock, Wednesbury 
and Tipton, co. Stafford, and at Birmingham and Bromsgrove, 
CO. Warwick. 




tA/Z— 



=Ann, dau. of Thomas Russell of 
Wednesbury by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Thomas Robbins ; 
born 3 March, bapt. at Wednes- 
bur)' 5 April 1779; marr. there 
10 May 1804; died at Horn- 
castle, CO. Lincoln, 10 March, 
bur. at Darlaston 15 March 
1845. M.I. at Handsworth 
Parish Church. 

5^_ ^^:^^4_ 



Thomas William Fletcher of Dudley and afterwards of= 
Lawneswood House in the parish of Kingswinford, co. Staf- 
ford ; born at Darlaston 25 May 1808, bapt. there privately 
the next day; of Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1831, M.A. 
1835, admitted ad eundem of Brasenose College, O.xford ; 
Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple, F.R.S., F.S.A., F.G.S., 
J. P. and D.L. for counties of Stafford and Worcester, and 
J. P. for Dudley, late Colonel of King's Own Staffordshire 
Militia, was Earl Marshal's Gold Staff Officer at the Corona- 
tion of Queen Victoria, and at the Funeral of the Duke of 
Wellington ; died at Lawneswood House, Kingswinford, i 
February, bur. at Stourbridge Cemetery 7 Feb. 1893. M.I. 
there. Will dated i Sept. 1892, proved 3 June 1893, by 
Eliza Jane Moore, widow, and Walter John Fletcher, and 
Gainsborough Harward, the Eicors. 



Jane Maria, dau. of James Russell, 
J. P., of Bescot Hall and Endwood 
Court, CO. Stafford, by Sarah his 
wife, dau. and coheiress of the 
Rev. John Best, M.A., Vicar of 
Bilston and Sedgley, co. Stafford, 
and Sub-Dean and Prebendary of 
^^'olverhampton ; born 18 March, 
bapt. at Great Barr, co. Stafford, 
12 April 181 2; marr. at Walsall, 
CO. Stafford, 13 Sept. 1831 ; died 
at Lawneswood House, Kingswin- 
ford, 4 Nov., bur. at Stourbridge 
Cemetery 10 Nov. 1892. M.I. 
there. 





^--^x. — 1^ 




Eliza Jane, born at Horsely House, near Dudley, 
25 Oct., bapt. at Tipton, co. Stafford, 3 Nov. 1832 ; 
marr. at Kingswinford 8 Aug. 1861, George 
\\'illiam Moore of Abbeylands, in the parish of 
Weston-on-Trent ; born 23 July 1833; died, aged 
30, 9 Aug., bur. at Weston-on-Trent 13 Aug. 1S64. 
M.I. =r 

A 



Thomas Howard= 
Keeling Fletcher, 
born 1 7 April, 
bapt. at St. 
Thomas', Dudley, 
13 Sept. 1838; 
Lieut. 15th Regi- 
ment ; drowned at 
Bermuda 7 May, 
bur. at Southamp- 
ton, Bermuda, 9 
May 1868. M.I. 



=Helen Ann, dau. of 
Charles Symonds of St. 
John's, New Brunswick, 
M.A. and Barrister-at- 
Law ; born at Dalhousie 
16 Sept. 1851 ; marr. 
at St. James' Church, 
St. John's, New Bruns- 
wick, II April 1867; 
drowned with her hus- 
band 7 May, bur. at 
Southampton, Ber- 

muda, 9 May 1 868. 
M.I. 



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Jane Maria, dau. of= 
Joseph Bainbrigge of 
Derby, Captain Stafford- 
shire Militia, by his wife 
Hannah Harrison of Yel- 
dersley ; born 9 November, 
bapt. at Ashbourne, co. 
Derby, 25 December 1807 ; 
niarr. at St. Alkmund's, 
Derby, 31 Dec. 1835 ; died 
at 55 Lansdowne Road, 
London, ii April, bur. at 
Ulceby, co. Lincoln, 15 
April 1876. M.I. istwife. 

f'^'ifi? Bainbrigge Pedigree, 
Vol. I., fage 2 IS.) 



=Rev. William Fletcher of 32 Jasper Road,= 
Upper Norwood, co. Surrey ; born at Dar- 
laston, CO. Staff'ord, 19 Feb. 18 10, bapt. 
there privately the next day, and received 
into the Church 21 Feb. 181 1 ; of Trinity 
College, O.xford, matriculated 9 July 1S29, 
aged 18, B.A. 1833, Fellow of Brasenose 
C0II.1833-35, M.A. 1836, B.D. 1845, D.D. 
1847, Head-Master of Derby, Southwell, 
and Wimborne Schools successively. 
Rector of Minterne Magna, co. Dorset, 
1872-75, Vicar of Ulceby 1875-90. 



=CharIotte Fowler, widow 
of Joseph Slaney of Nor- 
wood, and dau. of Rev. 
Daniel Harris, Vicar of 
Tetney, North Coates, 
and Holton, co. Lincoln, 
formerly an officer in 
the Coldstream Guards ; 
born at Tetney Vicarage 
19 February 1832, bapt. 
there privately the 
same day ; marr. at 
Christ Church, Gipsy 
Hill, Norwood, 4 Jan- 
uary 1 888. 2nd wife. 



Catherine Ann, born at St. Peter's 
Hill, Derby, 15 April, bapt. at St. 
Peter's Derby, 16 June 1837; marr. 
at Ulceby 8 August 18S8, Rev. Wil- 
liam Beavan (3rd son of John and 
Elizabeth Beavan of Bryngwanoff, co. 
Radnor); born 15 April 1861; Curate 
of Holy Trinity, Oswestry, co. Salop, 
now of Llanymynech, co. Salop. 

Lorina Alice, born at St. Peter's Hill, 
Derby, 11 Dec. 1838, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Derby, 15 April 1839; marr. 
at Wimborne Minster, 10 Aug. 1867, 
Edward Lionel Alexander Clarke of 5 
Ladhroke Square, London, and of Pem- 
broke College, Cambridge, B.A. 1S60, 
Solicitor, Chief Clerk in the Chancery 
Division. =j= 



William Bainbrigge Fletcher= 
of 78 Thornlaw Road, 
West Norwood ; born at 
St. Peter's Hill, Derby, 28 
January, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Derby, 21 May 1840; late 
Fleet-Surgeon R.N. 



^Christine Adriana Sidney, 
dau. of Rev. John William 
Conway Hughes, M.A., 
Consular Chaplain at Corfu ; 
born at Dinan 31 Decem- 
ber 1856, and bapt. there; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Corfu, 24 June 1875. 



liTftdrnki;^ "^kd^: 



Thomas Bainbrigge Walter 
Campbell Fletcher, born at 
Stonehouse, co. Devon, 25 
March, bapt. at Ulceby 28 
July 1878. 



William John Bainbrigge 
Fletcher, born 1 1 June, 
bapt. at Ulceby 24 
August 1879. 



Eleanor Anne, born 
8 May, bapt. at St. 
Thomas', Dudley, 
20 June 1842 ; died 
at Endwood Court 
5 April, bur. at 
Handsworth, co. 
Stafford, 1 1 April 
1847. M.L 



Walter Bracebridge Fletcher of Mayfield, in the parish= 
of Sutton Coldfield, co. Stafford ; born 4 November 
1846, bapt. at St. Thomas', Dudley, i December 1847; 
late Lieut. 84th Regiment; died 16 February, bur. at 
Walmley, co. Warwick, 21 February 1889. M.L 




cUU9, l/h rfiAu. 



i^ 



=Agnes, dau. of 
Frederick John- 
son of Edgbas- 
ton, CO. Warwick; 
born 22 January 
1864; marr. at St. 
Jude's, Birming- 
ham, 1 5 May 
188.V 



Eleanor de Blois, born at Handsworth 2 1 November 
1883, bapt. privately at Aston, co. Stafford, 3 
February 1884, and received into the Church at 
Kingswinford, co. Stafford, 8 September 1885. 



Thomas Russell Fletcher, born at Mayfield 
April, bapt. at Kingswinford 8 September 1885. 



Agnes Muriel, born at Mayfield 18 Jan., 
bapt. at Wordsley, in the parish of Kings- 
winford, 24 April 1887. 

William Giffard Fletcher, born at Mayfield 1 5 
Jan., bapt. privately at Walmley i March 1889, 
and received into the church at Wordsley 
22 July 1891. 



78 



John Fletcher, born 25 Dec. 181 1, bapt. 
privately the same day, and received into 
the church at Darlaston 8 Oct. 1813 ; died 
8 Jan., bur. at Darlaston 14 Jan. 1814. 

Ann, born 20 Feb., bapt. at Darlaston 7 
March 1 8 1 5 ; marr. at Handsworth, 1 7 April 
1844, as his 2nd wife, Rev. William Henry 
Flowers of Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 
182 1, Vicar of Ulceby, co. Lincoln; born at 
Boston 28 April 1808; died, aged 67, 17 
Sept., bur. at Ulceby 18 Sept. 1875. M.I. 
Admon dated 24 Nov. 1875, granted at the 
Principal Registry to Ann Flowers, the relict. 
He marr. as his ist wife, at Uppingham, co. 
Rutland, i Jan. 1839, Maria Jane, dau. of 
Rev. John ( liles Dimock, M. A. of University 
College, O.xford, Vicar of Clanfield, co. O.x- 
ford, and Rector of Uppingham, co. Rutland, 
by Sarah his wife, dau. of William Humphries 
of Baldockand Harpeiiden, co. Herts; bapt. 
at Stonehouse, co. Gloucester, 21 March 
181 3; died 21 Oct., bur. at Uppingham 27 
Oct. 1840. 



Rev. John Waltham Fletcher= 
of Ashleigh, Uurton Road, 
Derby; born at Birmingham 
Heath 5 September, bapt. 
there privately 20 September 
1816, and received into the 
Church at St. Mary's, 
Birmingham, 18 December 
1 81 8; of Brasenose Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 
7 July 1828, aged 21, B.A. 
1842, M.A. 1845, sometime 
Minister at St. James', 
Handsworth, and Chaplain 
of the Leicester County 
Prison. 



=Elizabeth Sarah, 
dau. of Rev. John 
Giles Dimock, M.A. 
of University Col- 
lege, Oxford, Vicar 
of Clanfield, and 
Rector of Upping- 
ham, CO. Rutland, 
by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of William 
Humphries of Bal- 
dock and Harpen- 
den, CO. Herts; born 

19 Aug., bapt. at 
Uppingham i Sept. 
1S21; marr. there 

20 June 1844. 



J. Mi^i^i^^::.^9^^>^^^^Ur 



John Waltham 
Dimock Fletcher, 
born at Hands- 
worth 8 March, 
bapt. there private- 
ly 17 March, died 
1 9 March, and 
bur. at the Parish 
Church, Hands- 
worth, 24 March 
1846. M.I. 



Rev. William George Dimock Fletcher, born at= 
Handsworth 4 January, bapt. at St. James', 
Handsworth, 12 February 1851; of St. Edmund 
Hall, Oxford, matriculated 22 October 1874, aged 
23, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1881, Vicar of St. Michael's, 
Shrewsbury, and Chaplain of the Shrewsbury 
Prison; F.S.A. Author of "Leicestershire Pedi- 
grees and Royal Descents," and various other 
genealogical works. 



=Elizabeth Harriet, dau. of 
the late John Yerrow 
Arrowsmith, F.R.C.S., of 
Swan "Hill Court, Shrews- 
bury, by Frances his wife, 
dau. of Jonathan Scarth of 
Radbrook, CO. Salop; born 
27 December 1842; marr. 
at Marylebone Parish Ch., 
London, 23 August 1888. 



Honora Jane, 
born 30 June, 
bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Derby, 5 
December 1841 ; 
died 4 June, bur. 
at St. Alkmund's, 
Derby, 8 June 
1843. 



Waiter John Fletcher of The Chantry, Wimborne^Augusta Franklyn, 
~ ' ^ " dau. and heiress of Au- 

gustus Robert Towns- 
hend Passingham, late 
Captain 29th Madras 
Native Infantry ; born 
at Vepery, Madras, 20 
Dec. 1854 ; marr. at 
St. John's, Wey- 
mouth, 23 Dec. 1875. 



Minster, co. Dorset ; born at St. Peter's Hill, Derby, 
II Dec, 1842, bapt. at St. Peter's, Derby, 22 Jan. 
1843; late Captain Dorset Militia, F.R.I.B.A., Assoc. 
M. Inst. C.E., County Surveyor from 1874. 





(AMxKf,-MdAiA, 



Evelyn Jane, born 
8 June, bapt. at 
Wimborne Min- 
ster I August 
1877. 



Walter Townshend Fletcher, 
born 31 August, bapt. at 
Wimborne Minster 9 Octo- 
ber 1878. 



Edward Keeling Fletcher, 
born 10 April, bapt. at 
Wimborne Minster 3 May 
i88o. 



Irene Kathleen, 
born 23 May, 
bapt. at Wim- 
borne Minster i 
July 1 88 1. 



79 



Eliza Alice, born 
16 November, 
bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Birming- 
ham 18 Decem- 
ber iSiS, died 18 
April 182 1. 



Rev. Henry Fletcher, born at Birmingham Heath iS= 
April, bapt. at St. Mary's, Birmingham, 25 May 1821 ; of 
Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated ^ June 1840, 
aged 19, B.A. 1S44, M.A. 1847, Vicar of Holy Trinity, 
Shrewsbury, and of Thornton Curtis, co. Lincoln ; died 
at Thornton Curtis 14 June, bur. at Ulceby 16 June 
1885. M.I. Will dated 25 January 1881, proved 15 
September 1855 by Mary Ann Letitia Fletcher of 
Thornton Curtis, the relict, Rev. William Henry 
Fletcher of Shrewsbury, and Frederick Brandstrom 
Fletcher of 2 Paper Buildings, Inner Temple, the sons, 
the Exors. 




=Mary Ann Letitia, 
dau. and heiress of 
William David Field 
of Ulceby Grange, 
J.P. and D.L. for 
the counties of Lin- 
coln and Radnor, 
by his 2nd wife, 
Elizabeth, dau. of 
John Simon Brand- 
strom ; born at Old 
Radnor 24 May 
1823 ; marr. at 
Ulceby 24 August 
1848. 

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Rev. James Michael John 
Fletcher, born at Coventry 
29 Sept., bapt. there pri- 
vately 7 Oct., and received 
into the Church at St. 
Thomas', Coventry, 2 Dec. 
1852; Scholarof University 
College, Oxford, matricula- 
ted 1 1 Oct. 1872, aged 20, 
B.A. 1876, M.A. 1880, 
Vicar of St. Andrew's, 
Wolverhampton. 



Charles William Corrie= 
Fletcher, M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., of Burton 
Road, Derby ; born at 
Leicester 20 Septem- 
ber, bapt. there privately 
31 October 1S54, and 
received into theChurch 
at St. Mary's, Leicester. 



=Florence Mabel, 
dau. of Samuel 
Pountney Smith 
of The Limes, 
Shrewsbury; born 
6 October 1864 ; 
marr. at Pem- 
bridge, co. Here- 
ford, 28 Decem- 
ber 1889. 




Alice Vaughan of Bur- 
ton Road, Derby; born 
at Leicester 9 Novem- 
ber 1857, bapt. at St. 
Mary's there 6 January 
1858. 

Edith Mary, born at 
Leicester 14 March, 
bapt. there privately 
17 March, died 24 
March, bur. in Leicester 
General Cemetery 29 
March 1864. M.I. 



Honora Margaret 
Jane, born 2 1 
September, bapt. 
at Southwell Min- 
ster 31 December 
1844; died un- 
marr. at Ulceby, 
CO. Lincoln, 4 
March, bur. there 
8 March 1886. 



Edward Blakeniore= 
Fletcher, of Mid- 
hurst, CO. Sussex ; 
born 19 April, bapt. 
at Southwell Min- 
ster 9 July 1847 ; 
late Lieut. R.N. 




=Maria Jane, widow of Ronald 
Macpherson,Lieut.-Col. R. A., 
and Lieut.-Governor of the 
Straits Settlements, and dau. 
of William Napier, Lieut.- 
Governor of Labuan, Borneo, 
by Maria Frances his wife, 
dau. of George Vernon of 
Clontarf Castle, Dublin; born 
at Singapore in 1846; marr. 
at St. George's, Campden 
Hill, London, 4 July 1878. 



Harriet Anne Mary, born 
13 Nov. 185 1, bapt. at 
Wimborne Minster 19 
Jan. 1852; marr. at Ulce- 
by 4 Jan. 1877, Charles 
John Arrowsmithof Glan 
Heulog, Abergele, co. 
Denbigh, Solicitor(son of 
JohnYerrowArrowsmith, 
F.R.C.S.); born at Swan 
Hill Court, Shrewsbury, 
29 Dec. 1S38, bapt. at 
St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, 
7 Feb. 1839. 

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David Field Fletcher, 
born at Shrewsbury 3 
July, bapt. at Ulce- 
by, CO. Lincoln, 24 
August 1849; died 
unmarr. at Tealby, co. 
Lincoln, 21 April, 
bur. at Ulceby 24 
April 1877. M.L 



I 
Rev. William Henry Fletcher, born 7 March, bapt.= 
at St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, 12 April 1852; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 11 October 1872, aged 
20, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879, formerly Vicar of Criftins, 
CO. Salop, and of Holy Trinity, Shrewsbury, and of 
Oswestry, co. Salop, and now Vicar and Rural Dean 
of Wrexham, co. Denbigh, and Canon Cursal of St. 
Asaph Cathedral. 



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Agnes Frances, born at Shrewsbury 19 
July 1880, bapt. there privately the same 
day ; died 24 July, bur. at Shrewsbury 
Cemetery 26 July 18S0. M.L 



=Agnes, dau. of 
George Crawfurd 
of Thornwood, 
Uddingston, co. 
Lanark, by Agnes 
his wife, dau. of 
James Wilkie of 
Knowchead, Ud- 
dingston ; marr. 
at St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, co. Sus- 
sex, 26 Aug. 1879. 



Henry Field Fletcher, 
born 3 Feb., bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Shrews- 
bury, 25 March 1884. 



Frances Gonville Fletcher, 
born 12 January, bapt. at 
Holy Cross, Shrewsbury, 
15 February 1854; died 
at Konigswinter-on-the- 
Rhine, Germany, 13 Jan- 
uary 1872. 



Frederick Brandstrom Fletcher of 35 New 
Bond Street and 1 1 King's Bench Walk, 
Temple, London ; born 4 October, bapt. at 
Holy Cross, 14 October 1855; of Pem- 
broke College, Cambridge, B.A. 1879, 
Student of the Inner Temple 19 November 
1877, called to the Bar 17 November 1881, 
Member of the Oxford Circuit. 



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Mary Richmond of 
Barrow Grove, co. 
Lincoln ; born 11 
April, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Shrewsbury, 
S July 1857. 



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Benjamin Field (son of Benjamin Field of Walton-on-Thames,= 
CO. Surrey, by Mary his wife, dau. of William Awbery of East 
Ilsley, CO. Berks, who were marr. at St. Bride's, Fleet Street, 
London, 26 Feb. 1792); born 25 Nov. 1792 ; Citizen and Cooper 
of London ; died at East Lodge, Tulse Hill, Brixton, co. Surrey, 
aged 79, 20 March, bur. at Norwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, 27 
March 1872. Will dated 7 March 1865, proved (Prin. Reg., 
239, 72) 16 April 1872, by Benjamin Field of The Terrace, 
Clapham Common, co. Surrey, and John Burton of Leigham 
Court Road, Streatham, co. Surrey, the Exors. 




=Ann Everatt, dau. of Samuel 
Mason of Wimbledon, co. Sur- 
rey, by Ann his wife, widow of 
Joseph Linford of Epsom, co. 
Surrey, and dau. of Thomas 
and Mary Butcher of Epsom 
(Samuel Mason and Ann Lin- 
ford were marr. at Epsom 15 
Dec. 1 791); born 5 Nov., 
bapt. at Wimbledon 3 Dec. 
1799; marr. there 25 March 
1820; died, aged 54, 23 April, 
bur. at Norwood Cemetery 30 
April 1853. 



Benjamin Field, born at Botolph Lane, London, Saturday, 6 Jan., bapt.= 
at St. George's, Botolph Lane, Tuesday, 6 March 1821 ; Citizen and 
Haberdasher of London ; died, aged 61, 26 October, bur. at Norwood 
Cemetery i Nov. 1882. Will dated 20 Feb. 1879, with codicil dated 
16 August 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 833, 82) 29 Nov. 1882, by Ellen 
Field, the relict, Henry Sturt of 27 Gordon Square, co. Middlesex, and 
Sydney Benjamin Field of 10 St. Mary Axe, London, and Ernest Field 
of 23 John Street, Bedford Row, co. Middlesex, the sons, the Exors. 




=Ellen, 3rd dau. of Henry 
Sturt of Clapham Com- 
mon, by Ann his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Barnard 
of Stockwell Common, 
CO. Surrey (Henry Sturt 
and Ann Barnard were 
marr. at Lambeth Parish 
Church, CO. Surrey, 8 
January 1820); born 
13 December 1825; 
marr. at the Parish 
Church, Clapham Com- 
mon, 31 October 1848. 



Rev. Sydney Benjamin= 
Field, born 7 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at St. John's, 
Clapham, 4 October 
1849; Citizen and 
Haberdasher of Lon- 
don ; Rector of Wood- 
bridge, CO. Suffolk, 
1887-93, Rural Dean 
of Wilford, CO. Suffolk, 
1889-93, Vicar of 
Patcham, co. Sussex, 
1893- 



=Edith Mary, eldest dau. of Walter Ernest Field= 

Meller of Broadlands, Clapham of Ennersdale, 

Common, M.P. for Stafford ArterberryRd., 

1865-69, J. P. and D.L. for Royalty Wimbledon, 

of the Tower, Captain Comman- and23johnSt., 

dant I St Surrey Light Horse Volun- Bedford Row, 

teers and Hon. Colonel of the London ; born 

Tower Hamlets Mihtia, and Eliza- 1 1 March, bapt. 

beth his wife, youngest dau. of at St. John's, 

Thomas and Mary Peters of The Clapham Com- 

Grange, Kilburn, London ; born mon, 5 April 

at Carlton Villas, Maida Vale, 185 1 ; Citizen 

London, 4 February 1850; marr. and Carpenter 

at the Parish Church, Clapham of London. 
Common, 26 March 1874. 



=Evelyn Lucy, 
only child of 
Willliam Free- 
man Daniell, 
M.D., by Agnes 
Sophia his wife, 
dau. of Henry 
Tucker ; born 27 
Aug. 1856, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square ; 
marr. at St. Mary 
Abbot's, Ken- 
sington, London, 
5 Dec. 1882. 



Cecily Hilda, born 6 September, bapt. at the Parish 
Church, Clapham, 9 October 1876. 

Charles Awbery Field, born 9 January, bapt. at the 
Parish Church, Clapham, 14 February 1878. 

Dorothy, born 28 July, bapt. at the Parish Church, 
Clapham, 19 August 1884. 



Cyril Ernest Field, bom 28 September, 
bapt. at Christ Church, Wimbledon, 
14 November 1883. 

Violet Evelyn, born 22 July, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Wimbledon, 5 
October 1887. 



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Samuel Field, born 9 
February, bapt. at St. 
George's, Botolph Lane, 
London, 24 March 
1822; died II June, bur. 
at SL George's, Botolph 
Lane, 15 June 1822. 



William Thomas Field, 
born 9 March 1823, 
bapt. at St. George's, 
Botolph Lane, 6 Feb- 
ruary, died 5 April, bur. 
at St. George's, Botolph 
Lane, 10 April 1824. 



Ann, born 29 February 1824, William Field, born 5 November, 

bapt. at St. George's, Botolph bapt. at St. George's, Botolph 

Lane, 14 March 1826; died 8 Lane, 29 November 1828; died 

March, bur. at St. George's, 19 December, bur. at St. George's, 

Botolph Lane, 11 March 1830. Botolph Lane, 23 December 1829. 



Mary, born 6 July 1825, bapt. at 
St. George's, Botolph Lane, 14 
March, died 12 April, bur. at St. 
George's, Botolph Lane, 19 April 
1826. 

Emma, born 21 January, bapt. at 
St. George's, Botolph Lane, 18 
February 1827; died 3 December, 
bur. at St. George's, Botolph Lane, 
7 December 1829. 



Helen, born at 22 Holland Place, 
Clapham Road, co. Surrey, 22 
December 1831, bapt. at St. 
George's, Botolph Lane, 19 
January 1832; marr. at Christ 
Church, Streatham, co. Surrey, 
10 January 1856, Arthur Finch, 
born at Islington Terrace, Lon- 
don, 24 November 1826, bapt. at 
the Parish Church, Islington, 24 
February 1827. 



Ellen, born 10 June, bapt. at 
St. John's, Clapham Rise, 6 
August, 1852 ; died 20 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Norwood Ceme- 
tery, CO. Surrey, 25 February 
1853- 

Jessie Ann, born 19 May, 
bapt. at St. John's, Clapham 
Rise, 29 June 1854; marr. 
at the Parish Church, Clap- 
ham Common, 30 October 
1880, John Parrott Harris, 
son of William and Adrianna 
Harris of Broadwater, co. 
Sussex. She died, aged 28, 13 
August, bur. at Elmer's End 
Cemetery, Sydenham, co. 
Kent. 18 AuE;ust 1882. 



Walter Field,= 
born 4 Aug., 
bapt. at St. 
John's, Clap- 
ham Rise, 28 
Sept. 1855 ; 
Citizen and 
Carpenter of 
London. 



=Jessie Cecilia, dau. of H. von 
Ronn of Ladbroke Lodge, 
Ladbroke Square, London, 
and Agatha Gertrude de 
Villiers ; born at Port Eliza- 
beth, Cape Town, 24 Decem- 
ber 1854 ; marr. at St. James', 
Norland Square, London, 21 
July 1887. 



Margaret, born 
1 3 February, 
bapt. at St. 
John's, Clap- 
ham Rise, 31 
March 1857. 



Gertrude Margaret, 
born at Garry, Jersey, 
7 March 1890. 



John Gorham Field, bom 
at Tunbridge Wells, co. 
Kent, 13 July 1891. 



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Henry Field, born at 22 Hol- 
land Place, Clapham Road, co. 
Surrey, 2 August, bapt. at St. 
George's, Botolph Lane, Lon- 
don, 30 August 1837. 



Arthur Field, born at 3=f=Maria, 2nd dau. of John and 



Bedford Terrace, Clapham 
Rise, 8 May, bapt. at St. 
George's, Botolph Lane, 4 
June 1842. 



Caroline Burton of Leigham 
Court Road, Streatham, co. 
Surrey ; marr. at St. Leonard's, 
Streatham, i August 1867. 



Arthur Burton Field, born 29 
June, bapt. at All Saints, Clap- 
ham, 12 August 1868. 



Isabel, born 26 August, bapt. 
at All Saints', Clapham, 6 Oc- 
tober 1869 ; marr. at St. 
Leonard's, Strfatham, 4 January 
1894, Frank Bailey. 



Horace Field, born 3 December 
1870, bapt. at All Saints', Clapham, 
21 February 187 1. 

Herbert Burton Field, born 13 
April, bapt. at All Saint's, Clap- 
ham, 23 May 1872. 

Mary Helen, born 24 May, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Streatham, 4 
July 1875. 



Geoffry Burton Field, born 
13 October 1877, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Streatham, 
6 January 1878. 



Aubrey John Field, bom 
18 August, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Streatham, 2 Oc- 
tober 1 88 1. 



FrankField, born 26= 
Sept., bapt. at St. 
John's, Clapham, 2 
Dec. 1858 ; Citizen 
and Haberdasher of 
London. 



Humphrey Frank 
Field, born 27 De- 
cember 1 885, bapt. 
at the Parish 
Church, Streat- 
ham, 13 March 
1886. 

Barnard Geoffrey 
Field, born i July, 
bapt. at St. Alban's, 
Streatham. 



=Ethel Constance, 4th dau. of 
Charles Lambert of Oak Hill 
Place, Streatham ; marr. at the 
Parish Church, Streatham, 13 
January 1885. 



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Ethel Joyce, born 28 May 1893, 
bapt. at St. Jude's, Kensington. 

Gilbert Field (twin with Elsie 
Margaret), born 14 February, 
bapt. at St. Jude's, Kensington, 
23 March 1895. 

Elsie Margaret (twin with 
Gilbert), born 14 February, bapt. 
at St. Jude's, Kensington, 23 
March 1895. 



Ellen Everatt, born 1 1 October, bapt. 
at St. John's, Claphtoi Rise, 28 No- 
vember i860; marrl^t St. Mary's, 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey, 17 June 
1S84, Henry Colin Guthrie Ker, 4th 
son of William Wemyss Ker, late of 
Singapore, and of Langlands, Clapham 
Park. 



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Lilian, born 23 June, bapt. at St. 



John's, 
'1869. 



Clapham Rise, 2 August 




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i^lellox of Cu(m})eali, 
^^itmtnster, co* g)omer0et 



John Mellor of Holinwood, co. Lane. ; born= 
at Oldham, co. Lane, i October 1781 ; 
J. P. for the borough of Leicester, Coun- 
cillor 1835, Alderman 1838, elected Mayor 
of Leicester 9 November 1844; died at 
Leicester, aged 80, 10 August, bur. in the 
cemetery there 14 August 1861. M.L Will 
dated 26 October 1831, proved in the 
Principal Registry 15 October 1861, by 
John Mellor of 2 Dr. Johnson's Buildings, 
Liner Temple, London, Q.C., the son, the 
surviving Exor. 



Arms on record in the College of 
Arms. — Per fess dancettee, sable and 
argent, three mascles fesswise in chief 
of the last, and as many ring ouzels also 
fesswise in base proper. 

Crest. — In front of a bull's head erased 
argent, between the horns a mascle 
sable, three mascles fesswise of the last. 

Motto. — Ad meliora. 




cij;^.^^^^ 



.Catherine, dau. of 
William Mitchell 
of Leicester; died 
at Leicester, aged 
59, 28 January, 
1837, and bur. 
in the cemetery 
there. M.L at the 
Leicester Ceme- 
tery. 



Right Hon'''"^ Sir John Mellor, P.C, of Otterhead= 
Honiton, co. Devon ; born at Failsworth, co. Lane, i Jan- 
uary 1809; Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple 7 June 
1833, Recorder of Warwick 1848-52, Q.C. 8 July 1851, 
Bencher 21 November 1851, Recorder of Leicester 1855- 
61, M.P. for Yarmouth 1857-59, and for Nottingham 
1859-61, Judge of Queen's Bench 1861-79, Serjeantat- 
Law 13 January 1862, Knighted 11 June 1862, Privy 
Councillor 26 June 1879 J died in London 26 April, bur. 
at Kingsdown, near Dover, co. Kent, 30 April 1887. 
Will dated 19 lune 1886, proved (Prin. Reg., 537, 
87)8 June i8S7,'by Right Hon'^'^ John William Mellor 
of 68 St. George's Square, London, Q.C, James Robert 
Mellor, Master of the Crown Office, and Francis Hamilton 
Mellor, the sons, three of the Exors. 



=Elizabeth Cooke, only dau. of William 
Moseley of Peckham Rye, co. Surrey; 
born 4 March 181 3; marr. at Cam- 
berwell, co. Surrey, 24 September 
1833 j died Ln London 6 November, 
bur. at Kingsdown 10 November 
1894. Will dated 5 December 
1887, proved in the Principal 
Registry 24 December 1894, by 
Right Hon'''^ John William Mellor, 
Q.C, James Robert Mellor, and 
Francis Hamilton Mellor, the sons, 
the Exors. 



Right Hon'''' John William Mellor, P.C, of Culmhead,= 
Pitininster, co. Somerset; born in London 26 July, bapt. 
at Hanover Chapel, Peckham, 31 August 1835 ; of Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1857, M.A. i860, a Student of 
the Liner Temple 23 April 1853, called to the Bar 6 June 
i860, Q.C. 25 June 1875, Bencher 15 June 1-877, M.P. 
for Grantham, co. Lincoln, 1880-86, and for West Riding, 
CO. York (Sowerby Division), from 1892, Deputy Speaker 
and Chairman of Committees from 1893, Judge- Advocate- 
General 1886, Honorary Member of the New Yoik State 
Bar Association, J. P. and D.L. for co. Somerset, and J. P. 
for CO. Devon. 



^Caroline, 4th dau. of Charles Paget 
of Ruddington Grange, co. Notting- 
ham, J. P. and D.L., M.P. for 
Nottingham, by Ellen his 2nd wife, 
dau. of William Tebbutt of Kingston, 
CO. Nottingham ; born at Rudding- 
ton Grange 17 June 1837; marr. 
at Ruddington 27 September i860. 



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William MoseIey=j=Jane, dau. of John 



Mellor of Ling- 
dale, Claughton, 
CO. Chester; born 
25 July, bapt. at 
Hanover Chapel, 
Peckham, co. 
Surrey, 28 De- 
cember 1836; 
J.P. for CO. 
Chester. 



Fenton of Crimble 
Hall, CO. Lane, 
M.P., J.P., by 
Hannah his wife, 
dau. of William 
Owston of Brigg, 
CO. Lincoln ; born 
I November 1837, 
bapt. at Bamford, 
CO. Lane, 16 April 
1838 ; marr. there 
10 April i867;died 
14 April, bur. at 
Flaybrick Hill 
Cemetery, Birken- 
head, CO. Chester, 
19 April 1894. 



Elizabeth Ca- 
tharine, born 
in November 
1837, bapt. 17 
April 1838 
(baptism regis- 
tered at Han- 
over Chapel, 
Peckham); died 
22 April, bur. 
at Nunhead 
Cemetery 27 
April 1857. 



James Robert Mellor of= 
1 6 Craven Hill Gardens, 
London ; born 4 May, 
bapt. 24 June 1839 
(baptism registered at 
Hanover Chapel, Peck- 
ham) ; of Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, LL.B. 

1863, LL.M. 1866, a 
Student of the Inner 
Temple 15 Jan. 1862, 
called to the Bar 17 
Nov. 1865, Master 
of the Crown Office, 
Royal Courts of Jus- 
tice, since 1874, and 
also Master of High 
Court since 1879, 
Queen's Coroner from 
1892. 



=Anne Jane, 
eldest dau. of 
Thomas Shaw 
of Everton, co. 
Lane, by Isa- 
bella his wife ; 
born 7 June, 
bapt. at Wal- 
ton, CO. Lane, 
7 July 1841 ; 
marr. at St. 
John's, Pad- 
dington, Lon- 
don, 29 Oct. 
1868. 



William Moseley Fenton Mellor, 
born 4 February, bapt. at Fair- 
field, Liverpool, 23 May 1868. 

John Fenton Mellor, born 22 
June, bapt. at Fairfield 2 No- 
vember 1869 ; died 19 Novem- 
ber, bur. at Flaybrick Hill 
Cemetery 23 November 1S70. 



Julia Elizabeth Helen 
Fenton, born i July, bapt. 
at Bidston, co. Chester, 
I December 1870. 

Violet Frances Fenton, 
born 4 September 1872, 
bapt. at Bidston 28 
April 1873. 



Robert Owston Fenton Mellor, born 
17 September, bapt. at Bidston 23 
November 1875. 

Philip Albert Fenton Mellor, born 2 
April, bapt. at Bidston 18 July 1880. 

Dorothea Jane Fenton, born 14 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at Bidston 11 June 1883. 



John Paget Mellor of 
Tower House, Tite Street, 
Chelsea ; born at Ashley Place, 
London, 13 March, bapt. at St. 
Andrew's, Westminster, 13 May 
1862 ; of Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1883, LL.B. 1883, 
of the Inner Temple, Barrister- 
at-Law, Assistant Solicitor to 
the Treasury from November 
1894. 



The=^Mabel 



Richardson, dau. 
of George Serocold Pearce- 
Serocold, Lieut. R.N., by 
Amy his wife, dau. of 
John Crow Richardson of 
Glanbrydan Park, co. Car- 
marthen ; born 1 5 October 
1865, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Swansea ; marr. at St. 
Jude's, Courtfield Gardens, 
London, 24 July 1890. 



John Serocold Paget Mellor, born 6 
July, bapt. at St. James'-the-Less, 
Westminster, 3 August 1893. 



Charles Oliver Paget Mellor, born 
23 June 1S64, bapt. privately; 
died 23 July 1864. 

Godfrey William Paget Mellor 
(twin with Wilfrid Paget), born 19 
December 1865, bapt. at St. 
Andrew's, ^^'^estminster, 8 February 
1866 ; of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1887. 

Rev. \Vilfrid Paget Mellor (twin 
with Godfrey William Paget), born 
19 December 1865, bapt. at St. 
Andrew's,\\'estminster. 8 February 
1866; of King's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1888, M.A. 1892. 



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Maria Moseley, bapt. 24 Dec. 1840 
(baptism registered at Hanover 
Chapel, Peckham); died 11 June, 
bur. at Nunhead Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 17 June 1854. 



Edward Daniel Mellor, born 28 
July, bapt. 25 Sept. 1843 (baptism 
registered at Hanover Chapel, Peck- 
ham); of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1866, M.A. 1870, Chief Clerk 
in the Courts of Chancery ; died in 
London S Nov., bur. in Nunhead 
Cemetery 12 November 1890. 
Adiiion dated 19 Dec. 1890, was 
granted to Right Hon. John William 
Mellor of 68 St. George's Square, 
CO. Middlesex, Q.C., a Member of 
Her Majesty's Privy Council, the 
brother and next of kin. 



Ellen, dau. of Charles= 
Paget of Ruddington 
Grange, co. Notting- 
ham,J.P.andD.L.,M.P. 
for Nottingham, by his 
2nd wife Ellen, dau. of 
William Tebbutt of 
Kingston, co. Notting- 
ham ; born at Rud- 
dington Grange 15 
Nov., 1842 ; marr. at 
Otterhead, Honiton, co. 
Devon, 4 Sept. 1867. 
She marr. istly in 1861, 
Oliver Paget of Gy{§rfes, 
Transylvania, Hungary. 
She died 12 March, and 
was bur. in Nunhead 
Cemetery 18 March 
1880. ist wife. 



=Alfred Mellor,= 
of Beechhurst, 
Lingfield, co. 
Surrey ; born in 
London, 18 

May, bapt. 5 
July 1842 (bap- 
tism registered 
at Hanover 

Chapel Peck- 
ham); late of 
the 8th (the 
King's) Regi- 
ment of Foot, 
J. P. for coun- 
ties of Devon 
and Somerset. 



=Emma Seddon, 
dau. of John 
Jones of Glou- 
cester, F. A. S.L.; 
born 7 October 
185 1, bapt. at 
St. Mary's de 
Crypt, Glouces- 
ter ; marr. at St. 
James', Pad- 
dington, Lon- 
10 November 
1881. 2nd wife. 



Gertrude Elizabeth, born 20 October Elizabeth Catherine, born 20 

186S, bapt. at St. James', Padding- June, bapt. at Ruddington, 25 

ton, 12 March 1869. July 1873. 

Violet, born 17 April, bapt. at Evelyn Mary, born 20 Septem- 

Church Stanton, co. Devon, 19 May ber, bapt. at Church Stanton 

1870. 27 December 1876. 

Margaret Ellen, born 28 April, bapt. Frances Alice, born 9 Novem- 

at Ruddington, co. Nottingham, 6 ber, bapt. at Church Stanton 

June 1872. 28 December 1879. 



Philip Seddon Mellor, 
born 24 October 
1882, bapt. at Church 
Stanton 7 January 
1883. 



Isabella Katharine, born Ada Dorothea, born 18 

6 May, bapt. at Trinity January, bapt. at All Saints', 

Church, Paddington, 12 Paddington, 9 February 

June 1870. 1874. 

James Gilbert Shaw Mellor, Alfred Shaw Mellor, born 

born 29 March, bapt. at 24 December 1875, bapt. 

Trinity Church, Padding- at All Saints', Paddington, 

ton,4 May 1872 ; of Trinity 9 January 1876 ; of King's 

Hall, Cambridge, B.A. College, Cambridge. 
1893, L.L.B. 1894. 



Maria Florence, born 2 July, bapt. at 
All Saints', Paddington, 2 August 1877. 

John Francis Shaw Mellor, born 27 
August, bapt. at All Saints', Padding- 
ton, 30 September 1879. 

Beatrice Alice, born 31 May, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, 
London, 8 July 1882. 



Claud Paget Mellor, born 
3 J une, bapt. at St . Saviour's, 
St. George's Square, Lon- 
don, 29 June 1867 ; marr. 
at St. Mary Magdalene, 
Longford Street, London, 
26 November, 1889, Mary 
Eleanor, dau. of Alexander 
Kelso of Algiers. 



Ellen Mabel, born 12 June, bapt. at St. 
Andrew's, Westminster, 11 July 1863. 

Bernard ^Vaddington Paget Mellor, 
bom 18 May, bapt. at St. Saviour's, St. 
George's Square, 17 June 1870; died 
24 November, bur. at Nunhead Ceme- 
tery 26 November 1870. 

87 



Geraldine Elizabeth, born 
8 January, bapt. at St. 
Saviour's, St. George's 
Square, 20 February 1869. 

Sydney Paget Mellor, born 
I January, bapt. at St. 
James'-the-less, Westmin- 
ster, I February 1875. 



Charles Mellor, born 14 March,= 
bapt. 14 August 1845 (baptism 
registered at Hanover Chapel, 
Peckham); of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1867, a Stu- 
dent of the Inner Temple 27 
May 1867, called to the Bar 
17 November 187 1, Member 
of the North-Eastern Circuit. 



=Helen, youngest dau. of John Fenton, 
of Crimble Hall, co. Lane, M.P., J. P., 
by Hannah his wife, dau. of William 
Owston of Brigg, co. Lincoln ; born 
16 September 1845, bapt. at Bam- 
ford. Independent Chapel, co. Lane, 
10 February 1846 ; marr. at Crimble 
29 September 1875. 



Helen Mabel, bom 
28 August 1879. 



Philip Henry Mellor, 
born 28 Oct., bapt. 27 
Dec. 1847 (baptism 
registered at Hanover 
Chapel, Peckham) ; 
of Trinity College, 
Cambridge; died 26 
Feb., bur. at Lytham, 
CO. Lane, 2 March 
1879. 



Horace Mellor= 
of Woodfield, 
Lytham ; born 
21 Feb., bapt. 
23 May 1851 
(baptism regis- 
tered at Han- 
over Chapel, 
Peckham) ; of 
Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, 
J. P. for CO. 
Lane. 



'Edith Jane, dau. 
of Arthur Leyland 
Birley of Milbanke, 
Kirkham, CO. Lane, 
by Jane his wife, 
dau. of Richard 
Addison of Liver- 
pool; born 24 June, 
bapt. at Kirkham 8 
July 1861 ; marr. 
there 27 June 1882; 
died 8 June, bur. 
at St. Cuthbert's, 
Lytham, co. Lane, 
13 June 1894. 



Phyllis Leyland, born 
10 August, bapt. at Ly- 
tham 3 September 1883 ; 
died 29 March, bur. at 
St. Cuthbert's, Lytham, 
2 April 1890 



Francis Hamilton= 
Mellor, born at 21 
Endsleigh Street, 
London, 13 May 
1854, and bapt. 
privately; educated 
at Cheltenham Coll. 
and Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1S77, M.A. 1890, a 
Student of Lincoln's 
Inn 5 Nov. 1877, 
went to the Inner 
Temple 3N0V. 1 880, 
where he was called 
to the Bar 17 Nov. 
1880. 



Philip Horace Leyland Mellor, 
born 7 June, bapt. at Lytham 
16 July 18S7. 

Eric Leyland Mellor, born 20 
January, bapt. at Lytham 15 
February 1890. 



=Mabel, dau. of Catherine, born 
Herbert Knowles at 21 Ends- 
of Barnagore, Cal- leigh Street, 
cutta, and step-dau. London 21 Oc- 
of John Dalrymple tober 1855, and 
Maclean of Lazonby bapt . privately. 
Hall, Penrith, co. 
Cumberland, J. P. ; 
born 20 August 
1866, bapt. at the 
Cathedral,Calcutta; 
marr. at Lazonby 
Parish Church 10 
August 1886. 



Mary Hope, born 14 September 

1887, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Paddington, London. 

Winifred Mabel, born 15 October 

1888, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Paddington. 



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iilacnamara. 



Patrick Macnamara (3rd son of Michael 
Macnamara of Dowra, Burren, co. 
Clare, Ireland, by Eleanor O'Carroll 
his wife, of Ely, King's County, Ire- 
land); born in 1753; bur. at Carrick- 
on-Shannon, Ireland, 15 October 1832. 



John Macnamara, 

M.D., born at 

Ballynacraga in 

1787 ; Surgeon to 

Arms on record in Die College of Royal Naval Hos- 

Arms. — Gules, a lion rampant argent, pital, Port Royal, 

in chief two spearsheads or, a crescent Jamaica ' died S.p. 

argent for difference. aged 33,' 3 August 

1820, and bur. at 
Port Royal. M.I. 



Crest. — A naked arm holding 
scimitar, all proper. 

Motto. — Firmitas in ccelo. 



DanielMacnamara= 
of Uxbridge, co. 
Middlesex ; born 
at Dowra 6 Jan- 
uary 1 791; Sur- 
geon R.N. ; died 
at Uxbridge 14 
October, bur. at 
Iver, CO. Bucks, 
2 1 October 1851. 




=Catherine, dau. of 
Cornelius O'Gorman 
Dwyerofco. Limerick; 
died at Dowra in 
1796, bur. at Bally- 
nacraga, CO. Clare. 



^Frances, eldest dau. of 
George Fennell of the 
Navy Pay Department, 
by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Martin Robin- 
son of London, by Mary 
(Ellithorn) his wife ; 
born 17 March 1802 ; 
marr. at the Parish 
Church, Marylebone, 
London, 13 Aug. 1823; 
died 25 Dec, bur. at 
Iver 30 Dec. 1875. 



JohnClavering 
Macnamara, 
born II May, 
bapt. at St. 
Lawrence, Ips- 
wich, CO. Suf- 
folk, 12 July 
1824 ; died at 
Uxbridge, and 
bur. at Iver 1 1 
February 1 829. 



Louisa Eliza, dau. of= 
Edward Winckworth of 
Cowley Hall, Hillingdon, 
CO. Middlesex ; marr. at 
Hillingdon 6 Sept. 1851 ; 
died, aged 31, bur. at 
Hillingdon 10 April 1861. 
ist wife. 



=GeorgeHouseman Macnamara,= 
M.R.C.S., L.A.C. ; born 26 
July, bapt. at St. Lawrence, 
Ipswich, 27 September 1825. 




=Susanna Ellen, dau. 
of Francis Fowler 
Figg, and grand- 
dau. of Archibald 
Campbell, i ith 
Laird of Locknell ; 
born at Gobourn, 
near Oswestry, co. 
Salop, 20 April 
1855 ; marr. at 
the Parish Church, 
Sevenoaks,co.Kent, 
24 August 1887. 
2nd wife. 



George Locknell Macnamara, born 8 
August 1888, bapt. at the Parish 
Church, East Grinstead, co. Sussex. 



Edith Louisa, born 16 January, bapt. at the 
Parish Church, Uxbridge, iS April 1854; marr. 
at St. Mary Abbot's, Kensington, London, i June 
18S2, Henry George Baily (son of Rev. Henry 
George Baily of Swindon, co. Wilts) ; born 24 
February 185 1. =f= 

/k 

Nora Millicent, born 12 November 1855, bapt. at 
the Parish Church, Uxbridge, 26 December 1855. 



Charles Carroll Macnamara, born 5 October, 
bapt. at the Parish Church, Uxbridge, 25 No- 
vember 1857 ; of Oriel College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 26 April 1876, aged 18, B.A. 1879, 
Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple 1S81 ; 
died unmarr. at Ealing, co. Middlesex, 19 April 
1833, and was bur. at Hillingdon. Adiiion 
dated 5 February 1885, granted to George 
Houseman Macnamara of 6 Warwick Road, 
Ealing, Surgeon, the father and next of kin. 



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Eliza, born at Uxbridge, co. 
Middlesex, i8 March, bapt. 
at the Parish Church there 
1 8 May 1827 ; died 6 April, 
bur. at Iver, co. Bucks, 10 
April 1829. 

Rev. Henry Macnamara, born 
at Uxbridge 5 September, 
bapt. at the Parish Church 
there 16 October 1828; of 
Lincoln College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 22 April 1847, aged 
18, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1853, 
Incumbent of St. Paul's, Dun- 
dee, until his death ; died 
unmarr. at Dundee 13 March, 
bur. at the cemetery there 17 
March 1885. 

Daniel Macnamara, born at 
Uxbridge 5 March, bapt. at 
the Parish Church there 1 1 
May 1830; died 6 August, 
bur. at Iver 11 August 1832. 



Francis Nottidge Macna-= 
mara, M.D., born at 
Uxbridge 1 1 April, bapt. 
at the Parish Church 
there 27 May 1831 ; Sur- 
geon-Major (retired) Indian 
Army. 



=Amy, 3rd dau. of Frederick Dawes 
Danvers, Clerk of the Council of 
the Duchy of Lancaster ; by Char- 
lotte Maria his wife, dau. of John 
Juland Rawlinson ; born 8 May 
1832 ; marr. at the Savoy Chapel, 
London, 3 May 1853. 



Rev. Henry Danvers Macnamara,= 
born at Calcutta 24 May, bapt. 
at the New Cathedral there 23 
July 1854 ; of Magdalen College, 
Oxford, matriculated 12 Oct. 
1872, aged 18, Clerk 1872-76, 
B.A. 1878, M.A. from Magdalen 
College, 1881 ; Minor Canon of 
St. Paul's 1 884-93, Rector of St. 
James', Garlickhithe, with St. 
Michael, Queenhithe, and Holy 
Trinity the Less, London, 1893, 
Hon. Minor Canon of St. Paul's 
1893, Priest in Ordinary to the 
Queen 1895. 



=Alice, dau. of 
Charles Fan- 
shawe Glan- 
v\\\e; born 12 
Nov. 1851 ; 
marr. at St. 
James', Pad- 
dington, Lon- 
don, 9 Jan. 
1879. 



Eric Danvers 
Macnamara, 
born at St. An- 
drew's, N.B., 
25 May, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, 
Dundee, 31 
July 1870; of 
St. Peter's Col- 
lege, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 




TyiacruLmara . 



Robert Danvers Macnamara, born at Arthur Macnamara, born iS 

Great Berkhampstead, co. Herts, 9 Sep- September, bapt. in St. Paul's 

tember, bapt. there 18 October i88i. Cathedral 8 November 1887. 

Michael Francis Macnamara, born 27 Elsie Macnamara, born 20 June, 

August, bapt. in St. Paul's Cathedral 29 bapt. in St. Paul's Cathedral 12 

September 18S4. July 1S89. 



Hugh Winckworth Macnamara,= 
born at Uxbridge 8 July, bapt. at the 
Parish Church there 4 August 1859, 
Surgeon R.N. 



Charlotte Maria, dau. of William George Ward of 
Nottingham ; marr. at Christ Church, New Radford, Not- 
tingham, 8 December 1887. 



Henry Charles Macnamara, 
born at Malta 1 2 October 
1888, bapt. at the Royal 
Naval Hospital Chapel, 
Malta, 27 November 1888. 



Hugh John Macnamara, born 
at Conduit Street, London, 15 
March 1890, bapt. at St. Mary 
Abbot's, Kensington, London, 
26 April 1890. 



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Nottidge Charles Macnamara,= 
of Grosvenor Street, London ; 
born at Uxbridge, co, Middle- 
sex, 14 October, bapt. at the 
Parish Church there 30 No- 
vember 1832 ; Vice-President 
of the Royal College of 
Surgeons 1 893, Surgeon-Major 
(retired) Indian Army. 



=Maria Louisa, dau. 
of the Hon^^ Henry 
Vincent Bayley of 
the Bengal Service ; 
born 25 September 
1845; niarr. at St. 
Peter's Church, Fort 
William, 6 March 
1865. 




Fanny, born at Uxbridge, 6 Nov., bapt. 
at the Parish Church there 27 Dec. 
1833; marr. at Hillingdon, co. Middle- 
sex, 21 Nov. 1855, John Christie Aitken. 



I 



Nora, bom at Uxbridge 29 Feb., bapt. 
at the Parish Church there 13 April 
1836; died 24 June, bur. at Iver, co 
Bucks, 30 June 1855. 



Carroll Macnamara (twin with James), 
born at Uxbridge 16 May, bapt. at the 
Parish Church there 30 June 1837; 
died 25 May, bur. at Iver i June 1855. 



Nora, born at Calcutta 20 February, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Fort William, 11 April 1866 ; 
marr. at Westminster Abbey i February 
1888, as his 2nd wife, Montagu Lubbock 
of 19 Grosvenor Street, London, M.D., 
son of Sir John William Lubbock, 3rd 
Bart., by Harriet his wife, dau. of Lieut.- 
Colonel George Hotham. He marr. as his 
I St wife, Lora, dau. of Captain George 
Hotham, R.E., who died, aged 35, i May 
1882, leaving issue. 



Adeline Louisa, born at Calcutta 27 July, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Fort William, 21 August 1867. 

Oona, born at Calcutta 16 August, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Fort William, 14 September 1870; marr. 
there 21 November 1890, Bertram Standen of the 
Bengal Civil Service. 

Charles Carroll Macnamara, born at 13 Grosvenor 
Street, London, 23 May, bapt. at St. John the 
Evangelist, Westminster, 24 June 1875 > Lieut, in 
the South Staffordshire Regiment of Militia. 



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James Macnamara (twin with= 
Carroll), born at Uxbridge, 
CO. Middlesex, i6 May, bapt. 
at the Parish Church there 
30 June 1837 ; died s.p. at 
Mansfield Woodhouse, co. Not- 
tingham, 26 October, bur. 
there i November 1870. 
Adinon dated 2 February 1871, 
granted at Nottingham to 
Katharine Elizabeth Macna- 
mara of Mansfield Woodhouse, 
CO. Nottingham, the relict. 



=Katherine Eliza- 
beth, dau. of 
Dean Torry of 
Cupar - Angus ; 
marr. at Cupar- 
Angus 15 July 
1868. 



Mary Emily, born at Uxbridge, 16 June, 
bapt. at the Parish Church there 13 
August 1839 ; died, aged 15, 7 May, bur. 
at Stoke-by-Nayland, co. Suffolk, 11 May 
1855- 



Oona Louisa, born at Uxbridge 5 January, 
bapt. at the Parish Church there 20 April 
1843; marr. at Hayes, co. Middlesex, 11 
July 1861, Francis Butlin. She died 19 
July, bur. at Perivale, Ealing, co. Middlesex, 
24 July 1 868. 



Sheila, born at 13 Grosvenor Street, London, Dorothy Mia, born at 13 Grosvenor Street 31 

5 December 1877, bapt. at St. John the March, bapt. privately in the parish of St. Mary's, 

Evangelist, Westminster, 4 Februarj' 1878. Hanover Square, London, 2 April 1S82. 

Maive, born at 13 Grosvenor Street 26 June, Patrick Guy Macnamara; born at 13 Grosvenor 

bapt. at St. John the Evangelist, Westminster, Street 11 January, bapt. at St. George's, 

I August 1879. Hanover Square, 13 March 1886. 



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Cajlor of ittbcrpool mt) 
aijergele, JiortI) «lales. 



Joseph Francis Taylor of Kingstown, = 
CO. Dublin (son of William Taylor 
of Dublin, by Margaret his wife, dau. 
of John Griffiths of Haverfordwest, 
CO. Pembroke); born 23 October 1781, 
and bapt. at St. Patrick's, Dublin ; 
died 17 October 1858, bur. at Mount 
Jerome Cemetery, Dublin. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Per fess raguly argent and sable a lion rampant, 
counter-changed, on a chief invected gules a 
fleur-de-lys between two boar's heads couped 
and erect or. 

Crest. — A lion rampant per fess raguly sable 
and argent, holding between his forepaws a 
pheon, and resting the dexter hind leg on 
three fusils conjoined or. 

Motto. — Cenfigen a ladd ei hunan. 




=Sarah, dau. of 
William Austin 
of Finsbury, 
London, and 
Dorothea Ruffe 
of London, his 
wife ; born in 
Londonin 1785; 
marr. at St. 
James', Dublin, 
23 December 
1805 ; died, 
aged 93, 12 
March, bur. at 
Mount Jerome 
Cemetery, Dub- 
lin, 1 5 March 
1877. 

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Joseph Francis Tay- 
lor of Kingston, 
Ontario, Canada ; 
born 1 1 March 
1808; H.M. In- 
sjjector of Steam 
Boats ; died, aged 
85, 23 Dec. 1892, 
bur. I Jan. 1893. 

George Taylor, born 
in Oct. 181 1 ; of 
H.M. 32nd Regt., 
Aide-de-Camp to 
Col. Patoun ; fell on 
12 Sept. 1848, while 
heading an assault 
at the Siege of 
Mooltan. Memorial 
Brass to his me- 
mory at St. An- 
drew's, Aigburth, 
CO. Lane. 



Ven. William Francis= 
Taylor of Liverpool and 
Dolhyfryd, Abergele, 
born 1 2 March i S 2 1 ; 
of Trinity Coll., Dublin, 
B.A. 1847, M.A. 1850, 
LL.B. and LL.D. 1855 
(admitted ad eundem 
D.C.L. O.xford 8 May 
1856), B.D. and D.D. 
187 1, Archdeacon of 
Warrington, Rural 

Dean of Walton, co. 
Lane, Chaplain to the 
Bishop of Liverpool, 
"\' icar of St. Andrew's, 
Aigburth. 



=Anne, dau. of Rev. Hugh Evans of Mouldsworth, 
House, CO. Chester, and Bettws, Abergele, where 
he inherited the land of his 
great-grandfather John ffoulkes of 





Bettws and Llys Llywarch, North Wales : born at 
Hindley, co. Lane, 15 March 1828, and bapt. 
there; marr. at Holy Trinity, Birkenhead, co. 
Lane, 2 October 1851. 




William Francis Kyffin Taylor, born 9 July,= 
bapt. at St. John's, Liverpool, 10 August 1854; 
of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 10 
October 1873, aged 19, B.A. 1877 ; a Student 
of the Inner Temple 29 January 1875, called to 
the Bar 7 May 1879, Member of the Northern 
Circuit. 



=Mary Fleming, only dau. of Robert Fleming 
Crooks of Rosemont, Liverpool, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of Richard Fleming of Glasgow ; 
born II March, bapt. at Canning Street Presby- 
terian Church, Liverpool, 15 April i860; marr. 
at St. Chrysostom's, Everton, co. Lane, 6 
September 1883. 



Ermine Mary Kyffin, born 1 7 December 
1884, bapt. at St. Chrysostom's, Everton, 
17 January 1885. 

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Francis James Austin Taylor of the Buffs ; born 
in 1832; killed, aged 23, in the attack on the 
Redan, 18 June 1855. Memorial Brass to 
his memory at St. Andrew's, Aigburth. 



Austin Taylor, born 3 January,^ 
bapt. at St. John's, Liver- 
pool, 12 March 1858; of Corpus 
Christi College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1880, Member of the Liverpool 
City Council. 



=Lucia, dau. of Edward 
Whittaker of Greenholme, 
Burley-in-Wharfdale, near 
Leeds ; born 9 March 
1864, bapt. at St. George's, 
Everton, co. Lane. 



Dorothea Austin, 
born 27 July, bapt. 
at St. Bride's, 
Liverpool, 31 Au- 
gust 1887. 



Joyce Austin, born 
28 June, bapt. at 
St. Chrysostom's, 
Everton, 28 August 



Barbara Penson, 
born 20 June, bapt. 
at Christ Church, 
Sefton Park, Liver- 
pool, 16 July 1 89 1. 



Florence, born 26 December 
1859, and bapt. at St. John's, 
Liverpool, 15 March i860; 
marr. at St. Chrysostom's, 
Everton, 20 April 1887, Francis 
Alexander Macpherson (son of 
Francis Alexander Macpherson 
of Derry, by Mary Kilgour 
Whyte his wife); born i June 
1850. 



Gerald Kyffin Taylor, born 9 
March, and bapt. at St. Silas', 
Liverpool, 7 April 1863; Solicitor 
and Notary Public ; marr. at Roby 
Parish Church, co. Lane, 31 
August 1892, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Thomas Cope, J. P. for co. Lane. 



Lilian, born 16 March 1864, 
bapt. at St. Silas', Liverpool. 

Harold Taylor, born 25 No- 
vember 1866, bapt. at St. 
Silas', Liverpool, 10 January 
1867. 



Cyril Pennington Taylor, born 
13 May, bapt. at St. Chrysos- 
tom's, Everton, i June 1870 ; 
of Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1892, Curate 
of St. Paul's, North Shore, 
Liverpool. 




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MiVt^tll of ^layfort, to. ^uffolfe. 



George Biddell of Bradfield St. George, co. Suffolk (lolh and= 
youngest child of Thomas Bedell [>/ame so spelt in the entry of his 
son's baptism at Bradfield St. George], who was bur. at Bradfield St, 
George 15 June 1739, by Elizabeth his wife); bapt. at Bradfield St. 
George 27 Oct. 1728; died, aged 71, at Little Whelnetham Hall, 
CO. Suffolk, 27 Nov., bur. at Bradfield St. George 5 Dec. 1799. 



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^Elizabeth (Webb) of Brct- 
tenham, co. Suffolk ; marr. by 
licence at the Parish Church 
of Bradfield St. George 4 Oct. 
1761 ; died, aged 81, at The 
West, Bradfield St. George, 
I April, bur. at Bradfield St. 
George 11 April 18 16. 



Amy, born at Bradfield 
St. George 12 June 1762; 
died unmarr., aged 46, 21 
May 1809, and was bur. 
at Bradfield St. George. 
(Register defective from 
1806 to 1S13.; 

Elizabeth, born at Brad- 
field St. George 7 Sept. 
1763; marr. 12 Aug. 1795, 
John Blencowe of Rugby, 
CO. Warwick (son of Wil- 
liam and Ann Blencowe); 
born at Whilton, co. North- 
ampton, and bapt. there 
18 Dec. 1761; died, aged 
77, at Stoke by Nayland, 
CO. Suffolk, bur. at Little 
Whelnetham 14 April 
1839. She died at Stoke 
by Nayland, aged 86, 24 
Jan., bur. at Little Whel- 
netham I Feb. 1850. 



Arthur Biddell, born at 
Rougham, co. Suffolk, 2 
March 1765; died, aged 14, 
15 June, bur. at Bradfield 
St. George 25 June 1779. 

Ann, born at Rougham 13 
Feb. 1767; marr. in 1800, 
William Airy, born at Lud- 
dington,co. Lincoln, in 1750; 
died at Bury St. Edmunds, co. 
Suffolk, 26 March, bur. at 
Little Whelnetham 31 March 
1827. She died, aged 74, at 
the Royal Observatory, Green- 
wich, CO. Kent, 24 April, bur. 
at Little Whelnetham i May 

1841. =r 

/k 

William Webb Biddell, born 
at Rougham 21 April, died 
in infancy, 2 Oct., and was 
bur. at Bradfield St. George 
5 Oct. 1769. 



William Biddell= 
of Earl's Hall, 
Cockfield, CO. 
Suffolk; born at 
Rougham 16 
Sept.i77o;died, 
aged 53, at Diss 
Haywood, co. 
Norfolk, 2 1 

March, bur. at 
Winfarthing, co. 
Norfolk, 29 

March 1824. 



=Elizabeth(Chickall) 
of Pentlow, CO. 
Essex ; marr. 1 2 
August 1795 ; died, 
aged 88, 23 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Win- 
farthing 2 March 
1854. 



William Biddell, born 6 August 1797, 
bapt. at Cockfield 22 March 1798; 
died, aged 14, i March, bur. at Win- 
farthing 4 March 181 1, 

Elizabeth, born 9 March, bapt. at 
Cockfield 23 May 1799; marr. at 
Bradfield St. George 3 August 1826, 
Francis Cupiss (son of Philip Cupiss 
of Houghton, CO. Huntingdon), born 
20 April 1798; died, aged 89, 11 
January, bur. in Diss Churchyard 14 
January 1888. She died, aged 67, 6 
August, bur. in Diss Churchyard 1 1 
August 1866. A small memorial brass 
is affixed to the choir stalls in Diss 
Church to the memory of Francis 
Cupiss, his wife Elizabeth, and a dau. 
Amelia, who died, aged 33, 18 October 
1864. =j= 

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George Biddell of Woolpit, co.= 
Suffolk ; born at Earl's Hall, 
Cockfield, 13 December 1800, 
bapt. at Cockfield 16 February 
1801, died in London, aged 86, 
23 April, bur. at Diss Cemetery, 
CO. Norfolk, 27 April 1887. 



Fanny, born in November 
1829, bapt. at Woolpit, co. 
Suffolk, 25 May 1830; 
marr. at Greensted, near 
Ongar, co. Essex, i Decem- 
ber 1857, Henry William 
Hubbard of Bury St. Ed- 
munds. She died, aged 62, 
21 December 1891, and 
was bur. in London. 



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^Mary Norton (Cupiss), 
born in Oct. 1794; 
marr. atThorndon, co. 
Suffolk, 25 Sept. 1827; 
died, aged 85, 27 May, 
bur. at Diss Ceme- 
tery 31 May 1880. 



Frederick George Biddell, 
born 27 April, bapt. at 
Woolpit 26 June 1832 ; 
died, aged 18, at Woolpit, 
20 October 1850, bur. at 
Tostock, CO. Suffolk, in the 
ground attached to the 
Meeting House of the Ply- 
mouth Brethren. 



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George Biddell of The West, Bradfield Thomas Wright Lucy, born at 

St. George, CO. Suffolk; born at Rougham Biddell, born at Rougham 27 

CO. Suffolk, 17 Sept. 1772 ; died unmarr., Rougham 11 Nov. 1777 ; 

aged 80, at The West, Bradfield St. Decemberi774; died, aged 30, 

George, 21 Nov., bur. at Bradfield St. died, aged 7, 8 Feb. 1808, 

George 29 Nov. 185 1. Will dated 5 30 September, and was bur. 

March 1849, with two codicils dated bur. at Brad- at Bradfield St. 

respectively 13 July 1850 and 27 May field St. George George. ( Jiegis- 

1851, proved in the Principal Registry 8 Oct. 1782. ter defective from 

17 February 1852, by Arthur Biddell of 1806-13.) 
Playford, the brother and Exor. 



Arthur Biddell, 
born at Rougham 
16 April, died in 
infancy 5 June, 
and was bur. at 
Bradfield St. 
George 9 June 
1780. 



Mary, born at The Hill 
House, Playford, 24 Aug. 
1 8 1 8,bapt. at Playford, aged 
22, 4 July 1841 ; died un- 
marr., aged 42, 26 Feb., bur. 
at Playford 5 March 1861. 
Will dated 21 Nov. i860, 
proved at Ipswich 6 June 
1 86 1, by Manfred Biddell, 
the brother, and Anna Bid- 
dell, the sister, the Exors. 

Jane, born 26 Aug. 1820, 
bapt. at Playford, aged 20, 
4 July 1841; niarr. 19 April 
1855, John Potter Everard 
of Bury St. Edmunds, who 
died, aged 45, at Ipswich, 
7 Oct., and was bur. at Play- 
ford 14 Oct. 1858. M.I. 



Manfred Biddell (twin with= 
Lucy) of Playford, born 20 
March 1S22, bapt. at Play- 
ford, aged 19, on Easter Sun- 
day, II April 1 841; died at 
Playford, Friday, 19 Oct., bur. 
there Wednesday, 24 Oct. 
1894. Will dated 25 Jan. 1887, 
with two codicils dated respec- 
tively 25 Jan. 1887 and 26 
April 1889; proved (Prin. 
Reg.) 28 Dec. 1894, by 
Arthur Blencowe Biddell, 
Cordy Samuel Wolton, and 
John Lyall Biddell, the Exors. 



^Sarah Lucy, dau. of 
Arthur Blencowe of 
Shimplingthorne, 
CO. Suffolk, by Sarah 
(Wolton) his wife ; 
born at Bradfield 
St. CIare,co. Suffolk, 
4 Dec. 1829, bapt. 
there 26 Mar. 1830; 
marr. at Bradfield 
Combust, CO. Suf- 
folk, on Thursday, 
7 Dec. 1854. 



Lucy (twin 
with Manfred), 
born 20 March 
1822, bapt. at 
Playford, aged 
19, on Easter 
Sunday, 1 1 
April 1841 ; 
died, aged 19, 
12 May, bur. at 
Playford 18 
^L^y 1 84 1. 




Arthur Biddell, born at 11. 15 
a.m. on Saturday 2 2 Sept., bapt. 
at Playford 19 Oct. 1855 ; died 
29 Oct., bur. at Playford i 
Nov. 1855. 

Arthur Blencowe Biddell, born 
at 2.15 a.m on Wednesday 26 
Nov., bapt. at Playford 25 
Dec. 1856. 

Manfred James Biddell, born 
at 5.30 a.m. on Wednesday 28 
July, bapt. at Playford 26 Aug. 
1858; died, aged 1 9, 9 July, bur. 
at Playford 13 July 1S7S. M.I. 



Mary, born at 5.30 p.m. on 
Tuesday, 20 Dec. 1859, 
bapt. at Playford 15 Jan. 
i860. 

Lucy, born at 1.15 p.m. on 
Tuesday, 4 June, bapt. at 
Playford 4 Aug. i86i ; 
marr. at Playford 10 June 
1884, Cordy Samuel \\o\- 
ton of Ixworth, co. Suf- 
folk (son of Samuel Wolton 
of Butley Abbey, co. Suf- 
folk) ; born at Kesgrave, 
CO. Suffolk, I Jan. 1857. 



George Powell Biddell (twin with 
Jane), born at 9 p.m. on Sunday, 3 
April, bapt. at Playford 4 April 1864; 
died, aged i month, 3 May, bur. at 
Playford 5 May 1864. 

Jane (twin with George Powell), born 
at 9.5 p.m. on Sunday, 3 April, bapt. 
at Playford 4 April 1864 ; died, aged 
3 days, 6 April, bur. at Playford 9 
April 1864. 

John Lyall Biddell, born at 7.30 
p.m. on Thursday 30 August, bapt. 
at Playford 28 October 1866. 



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Ann born 17 Oct. 1S03, bapt. at Cockfield, co. Lucy, born 26 November Martha, died an 

Suffolk, 12 April 1804; marr. at Thorndon, 1805, bapt. at Cockfield infant 3 l>eb- 

00 Suffolk, John Corney Slaytor of Woolpit, CO. 12 February 1806; died, 

Suffolk; died, aged 62, 3 Jan., bur. at Newton aged 37, 22 February, bur. 

Abbot, CO. Devon, 7 Jan. 1875. She died, aged atWintarthing, co. Norfolk, 

83, I Jan., bur. at Newton Abbot 7 Jan. 18S6. 28 February 1843. 

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ruar)', bur. at 
Winfarthiiig 10 
February 18 10 



Arthur Biddell of The Hill House, Playford ; born at Little \Vhelnetham=j=Jane, dau. of Robert 



Hall, CO. Suffolk, 15 February 17S3; removed to Playford in 1S08; 
died, aged 77, 25 May, bur. at Playford 30 May i860. Will dated 18 
January i860, proved at Ipswich 31 July i860, by Manfred Biddell of 
Playford, co. Suffolk, George Arthur Biddell and Herman Biddell, the 
sons, the Exors. 




Ransome of Ipswich ; 
marr. at Greensted, 
near Colchester, co. 
Essex, 4 July 1817 ; 
died, aged 66, 21 
July, bur. at Playford 
28 July 1855. 



I 
George Arthur= 

Biddell of 

Bishop's Hill, 
Ipswich, CO. 
Suffolk ; born 
2 8JanuaryiS24, 
bapt. at Play- 
ford, CO. Suffolk, 
Easter Sunday, 
II April 1841, 
aged 17. 



=Emma, dau. of 
David Hine 
of Wood Street, 
London, and 
of Montpelier 
Sq.,Brompton, 
born 1 8 March 
182 1 ; marr. at 
Knightsbridge 
I Jan. 1S53. 



Ellen, dau. of Arthur^ 
Blencowe of The 
Lodge, Bradfield Com- 
bust, CO. Suffolk; born 
13 June 1832 ; marr. 
at Bradfield Combust 
5 February 1857 ; 
died 27 January, bur. 
at Hawstead, co. 
Suffolk, I February 
1867. M.I. ist wife. 



AVilliam Biddell of= 
Lavenham, co. 
Suffolk, formerly 
of Hawstead, co. 
Suffolk; born 8 Au- 
gust 1825, bapt. at 
Playford, aged 16, 
4july 1841 ; M.P. 
for West Suffolk 
1880-86, J. P. for 
CO. Suffolk. 



=Mary Ann, widow 
ofWalterRossiter 
Scott, and dau. of 
Robert and Mary 
Ann Howard of 
Lavenham ; bapt. 
at Cockfield 13 
May 1828; marr. 
at Lavenham 30 
June 1868. 2nd 
wife. 



Alice, born at Hawstead Hall, 
CO. Suffolk, 23 Aug., bapt. 
at Hawstead 28 Sept. 1859 ; 
died 3 Nov., bur. at Haw- 
stead 5 Nov. 1859. 

Alexander Biddell, born 5 
Nov., bapt. at Hawstead i 
Dec. i860 ; died 6 Jan., bur. 
at Hawstead 10 Jan. 1861. 



Bernard Biddell, born 22 
Nov., bapt. privately at Haw- 
stead 30 Nov. 1861 ; died 
15 Dec, bur. at Hawstead 
29 Dec. 1861. 

Bertram Biddell, born 29 
March, bapt. at Hawstead 
12 April 1S63; died 2 June, 
bur. at Hawstead 5 June 1863. 



Percy Biddell, born 6 July, bapt. 
at Hawstead 15 September 1864; 
M.A. of Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; 
died, aged 28, at Lavenham Hall 
17 December, bur. at Hawstead 
21 December 1S92. ALL 

Bertha, born at Hawstead Hall 
27 January 1867, and bapt. there 
privately the ne.\t day. 



Isabella Routh, born Ellen, born 25 August 1829, Herman Biddell=j=Harriet, dau. of Rev, 



21 December 1827 
bapt. at Playford, aged 
13, 4 July 1841 ; died 
at Playford, aged 17, 
5 May, bur. there 10 
May 1S45. 



bapt. at Playford, aged 22, 
18 April 1852. 

Anna, born 6 January 1S31, 
bapt. at Playford, aged 21, 
18 April 1852. 



of Playford, born 
16 June 1832, 
bapt. at Playford, 
aged 19, 18 April 
1852. 



Henry Masterman 
Barlow, Rector of 
Burgh St. Botolph, co. 
Suffolk ; born 19 May 
1847; marr. at Burgh 
20 April 1870. 



Henry George Biddell, born 
3 June, bapt. at Playford 18 
September 1874; died, aged 
4, 6 October, bur. at Playford 
10 October 1878. M.I. 

Dorothea Elizabeth, born 14 
January, bapt. at Playford 
29 January 1876. 



Herman Masterman 
Biddell, born 30 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Play- 
ford 25 November 
1877. 

Amy Isabella, born i 
January, bapt. at Play- 
ford 28 March 1880. 



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Robert WelHngton Biddell, born 18 June, 
bapt. at Playford 14 Aug. 1881 ; died 
9 Jan., bur. at Playford 13 Jan. 1883. 

Juliana Harriet, born 22 Oct., bapt. at 
Playford 8 Dec. 1883. 



Rachel Mary, born 4 
Playford 7 June 18S5. 



March, bapt. at 



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Arms. — Gules, a fess wavy between three fleur-de-lis or. 
Crest. — A buck's head couped or, wreathed with laurel proper. 



John Hicks of Upper Charlotte Street, London (son of John= 
and Sarah Hicks of BalHngdoii, co. Essex); born 22 May, 
bapt. at Ballingdon 3 June 1741; died, aged 83, i February, 
bur. in St. Pancras Church, London, 9 February 1824. Will 
dated 10 March 1823 proved (P.C.C., 155 Erskine) 6 March 
1824, by Susanna Hicks, the relict, and William Power 
Hicks, the son. Power reserved to John Edison. A Memorial 
Ring in the possession of John Power Hicks, his grandson, 
is inscribed : "John Hicks, Esq., ob. i Feb. 1824, cet. 84." 




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^Susanna, eldest dau. of William 
Power of Clapham, co. Surrey, 
and Susanna (Shed) his wife; 
born 10 May, bapt. at St. Dionis 
Backchurch, London, 8 June 1757; 
marr. at St. Olave's, Hart Street, 
London, 24 April 1776; died 21 
February, bur. in Highgate Ceme- 
tery, CO. Middlesex, 28 February 
1849. Will dated 24 May 1847, 
proved (P.C.C, 595,49) 14 August 
1849, by Susanna Maria Hicks, 
the dau. Power reserved, etc., to 
John Hicks, the son. 



^\'illiam Power Hicks of Norwich, formerly of Dalston, co. 
Middlesex, born 16 May, bapt. at St. Catherine's, Coleman 
Street, London, 10 June 1777; died 23 January, bur. at 
St. John's, Maddermarket, Norwich, 29 January 1853. A\'ill 
dated 26 June 1852, proved (P.C.C, 283, 53) 16 April 1853, 
by Maria (wife of Samuel Base,) the dau. and only surviving 
child, and John Hicks, the brother. By his wife Jane (who 
was born 4 November 1782, marr. 29 June 1808, died 11 
December, and bur. at Bixley, near Norwich, 16 December 
1857 ; Adiiion granted in the Principal Registry 22 January 
1858, to Maria Base [wife of Samuel Base of Bixley Lodge, 
Norfolk, Postmaster of Norwich], the only child of deceased;) 
he had issue — 




^\'illiam John Hicks, 
born 8 .September 
1810 ; died, aged 32, 
1 1 August, bur. at St. 
John's, Maddermarket, 
Norwich, 1 7 August 
1843. 

Henry Henderson 
Hicks, born 16 Feb- 
ruary 1 8 14 ; died, aged 
15,15 October, bur. at 
St. John'.s, Llackney, 
London, 22 October 
1829. 



Maria, born 20 July, bapt. at 
St. John's, Hackney, 26 Au- 
gust 18 1 8; marr. at St. John'.s, 
Notting Hill, London, 16 May 
1850, Samuel Base of Nor- 
wich, now of Ringsfield Hall, 
CO. Suffolk, J. P. for that 
county; born 20 July, bapt. 
at St. Michael's, Norwich, 19 
August 182 1. She died 15 
April, bur. at Ringsfield 18 
April 1895. Her will dated 
23 October 1877, with codicil 
dated 3 May 1894, proved 
in 1895 W Samuel Base. 



Susanna, born 8 June, bapt. at 
St. Catherine's, Coleman Street, 2 
July, died 5 September, and was 
bur. at St. Catherine's, Coleman 
Street, 8 September 1779. 

Susanna Maria, born 9 June, 
bapt. at St. Catherine's, Cole- 
man Street, 6 July 1781 ; died 
15 December, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery 22 December 1857. 
Will dated i March 185 3, proved 
P.C.C. 8 January 1858, by John 
Hicks, the brother, and John 
Power Hicks, the nephew, the 
Exors. 

Louisa, born 6 January, bapt. at 
St. Catherine's, Coleman Street, 
2 February 1786; died 27 
April, bur. at St. Catherine's, 
Coleman Street, 2 May 1786. 



Frederick Hicks, = 
born 24 January 
1819; died s.p., 
aged 30, 25 No- 
vember, bur. at 
St. John's, Mad- 
dermarket, Nor- 
wich, I December 
1847. 



=^Largaret Davies, born 
at Builth, CO. Breck- 
nock, 30 December 
1825, bapt. in January 
1826; marr. at St. 
Bride's, Fleet Street, 
London, 28 Decem- 
ber 1844. She died in 
September 1852. 



Louisa, born 28 May, bapt. 
at Edmonton, co. Middle- 
sex, 25 June 17S8: died 10 
March, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 
14 March 1867. Will dated 
17 December 1859, proved 
(Prin. Reg.) 15 April 1867, 
by John Power Hicks, the 
nephew, the Exor. 

Sophia, born 1 1 November, 
bapt. at St. Andrew's, Hol- 
born, London, 5 December 
1793; died 21 September, 
bur. at St. Andrew's, Hol- 
born, 25 September 1794. 



John Hicks of Charlotte= 
Street, Fitzroy Square, Lon- 
don; born 10 January, bapt. 
at St. Andrew's, Holborn, 
6 February 1798; of Lin- 
coln's Inn, Barrister-at- 
Law ; died i October, bur. 
in Highgate Cemetery 5 
October 1859. Will dated 
10 January 1837, with codi- 
cil dated 13 July 1844; 
proved (Prin. Reg.) 12 No- 
vember 1859, by Harriet 
the relict, the Executrix. 




Signature to Letter dated 
I June 1843. 



=Harriet, 3rd surviving 
dau. of John Cookson 
of Leeds, by Sarah his 
wife, 4th dau. of 
William Powerof Clap- 
ham, CO. Surrey ; born 
2 5 Aug., bapt. at Leeds 
26 Aug. 1801 ; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Wisbech, 
CO. Cambridge, 24 
April 1832 ; died in 
London, 4 Nov., bur. 
in Highgate Cemetery 
10 Nov. 1875. Will 
dated 3 July 187 1, 
proved (Prin. Reg.) 
7 December 1875, by 
John Power Hicks, 
the son, the Exor. 



George Aust 
Hicks, born 

I June, bapt. 
at Lambeth 
Parish Church, 
CO. Surrey, 28 
June 1803; 
died 5 IVL-iy, 
bur. at Hack- 
ney, London, 

II May 1809. 
AdiSon dated 
1 6 Aug. 1809, 
granted to 
John Hicks, 
the father and 
next of kin. 



John Power Hicks= 
of Norway House, 
Hadley Green, near 
Barnet, co. Herts, 
and of Blomfield 
Road, Maida Vale, 
London ; born 28 
Feb., bapt. at St. 
Pancras 1 2 May 
1833; of Pembroke 
Coll., Oxford, matri- 
culated s Dec. 1 85 1, 
aged 18, Scholar of 
Lincoln Coll. 1852- 
S6,B.A.i8s5, M.A. 
1858, Student of 
Lincoln's Lin 10 
Nov. 1862, called to 
the Bar 9 June 1865. 



=Julia Eleanor, 
younger dau. 
of James Walter 
Lyon of Edin- 
burgh and Lon- 
don ; born 2 
December 1842; 
marr. at Em- 
manuel Church, 
Aberdeen Place, 
Maida Hill, 
London, 8 Sep- 
tember 1879. 



Arthur Power Hicks, born 27 
June 1834, bapt. at South Mimms, 
CO. Middlesex, 9 June 1835. 

Louisa Power Hicks, born 29 
Dec. 1836, bapt. at South Mimms 
28 April 1837 ; marr. at St. Ste- 
phen's, Bayswater, London, i 
June 1876, William Clutterbuck, 
born 20 Jan. 1825; Colonel 56th 
Regt. ; died, aged 65, 28 April, 
bur. at Ozleworth, co. Gloucester, 
2 May 1890. She died 3 April, 
bur. at Torquay, co. Devon, 5 
April 1893. Will dated 9 Jan. 
1891, with codicil dated 5 Oct. 
1892 : proved (Prin. Reg.) 25 
May 1893, by John Power Hicks, 
the brother, and Henry Cookson, 
the cousin, the Exors. 



Walter Power Hicks, 
born 15 May 1840, 
bapt. at Ramsgate, co. 
Kent, 29 Aug. 1841 ; 
died 13 June, bur. 
in Highgate Ceme- 
tery 19 June 1849. 



Susanna Power, born 
12 March, bapt. at 
Monken Hadley, co. 
Hertford, 27 April 
1842; died 19 April, 
bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery 22 April 
1843. 



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CatiD|) of Caltsecote Eotige, to. ^etiforts. 

Arms. — Or, on a bend gules three crosses crosslet fitchee argent, 
in the sinister chief point a hawk, wings endorsed or. 
Cra/. — A fleur-de-lis argent. 



Rev. John Taddy (son of Christopher Taddy of London, by his ist wife= 
Mary Anne, dau. and coheir of .Sir John Hopkins, Kt., Lord Mayor of 
London 1791-92); born 29 May, bapt. at St. Faith the Virgin, London, 
20 June 1783; Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1S05, M.A. 
1808, Rector of Northill, co. Bedford; died 18 January, bur. in the 
chancel of Northill Church 23 January 1858. M.L Will dated 6 July 
1846, with six codicils dated respectively 9 April 1853, 30 December 
1853, 20 May 1857, 24 September 1857, 25 September 1857, and 
16 January 1858, proved (Prin. Reg., 184, 58) 4 March 1858, by 
Rev. John Taddy of Dunton, co. Bedford, Charles Taddy of Bristol, 
and Edward Taddy of Woolwich, co. Kent, a Captain in the Royal 
Artillery and Major in H.M. Army, the sons, and Catharina Taddy of 
the Rectory House, Northill, co. Bedford, the relict, the Exors. 



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=Catherina, 3rd dau. of 
Samuel Latham of^ 
Dover, co. Kent; born 
26 March 1788, and 
bapt. at Dover ; marr. 
at Wingham, co. Kent, 
I Oct. 1810 ; died at 
Guildford Lawn, Do- 
ver, 10 Dec, bur. in 
the chancel of Northill 
Church 17 Dec. 1861. 
Will dated 4 April 
1859, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 90, 62) 1 7 March 
1862, by Rev. John 
Taddy of Caldecote 
Lodge, near Biggles- 
wade, CO. Bedford 
and Charles Taddy 
of Bristol, the sons, 
two of the Exors. 



Rev. John Taddy of Caldecote Lodge, co. Charles Taddy= 

Bedford, born 16 Nov. i8ii, bapt. at St. of Bristol, born 

Lawrence, Jewry, London, 9 Jan. 181 2; 22 July, bapt. 

of Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1835, at Northill 24 

M.A. i845,VicarofDunton; diedsuddenly Sept. 1816 ; 

at the School House, Dunton, 1 1 Feb., bur. died at Clifton 

at Northill 18 Feb. 1879. Will dated 16 10 May, bur. 

Feb. 1877, proved (Prin. Reg., 184, 79) there 15 May 

28 Feb. 1879, by Edward Latham of 17 1895 ; marr. 

Kent Terrace, Regent's Park, co. Middle- 2ndly 13 Jan. 

sex, and John Symonds Bockett of 60 1857, Susan 

Lincoln's L:n Fields, co. Middlesex, Bailey, 
the Exors. 



=Margaret Bar- 
clay, marr. 8 
May 1843; 
died at Chf- 
ton, CO. Glou- 
cester, 6 Nov. 
1 85 5, and was 
bur. there. 



William Taddy, born 
30 Aug., bapt. at 
Northill 220ct.r8i3; 
died 13 Dec, bur. at 
Northill 1 7 Dec. 1 83 1 

Mary Anne, born 16 
Dec. 1 814, bapt. at 
Northill9Feb. 1815; 
died 23 July, bur. at 
Northill29 July 1825. 

Rose, born 25 Aug., 
bapt. at Northill 18 
Aug. 1820 ; died 8 
Jan., bur. at Northill 
13 Jan. 1821. 



Catharina, born 
5 March 1844, 
bapt. at the Par- 
ish Church, Clif- 
ton, 23 April 
1844. 



Isabella, born 27 September, 
bapt. at the Parish Church, 
Clifton, 4 November 1845; 
marr. at St. Paul's, Clifton, 16 
April 1869, Charles James 
Hamilton, Lieut. -Colonel 3rd 
Buffs, son of Major Charles 
Pratt Hamilton and Louisa 
(Butler) his wife. 



Einily, born 18 February 
1853, and bapt. at St. 
John's, Clifton ; marr. in 
1878, Charles Fergusson 
(son of Charles Fergus- 
son, Managing Director 
of the National Provincial 
Bank) ; born 2 MarcTi 

1855- 



John Charles Taddy, 
born 15 March 1855, 
and bapt.at St. John's, 
Clifton ; bur. at Ken- 
sal Green Cemetery 
20 November 1893. 



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Emily, born 7 Sept., bapt. at Northill, 
CO. Bedford, 26 Oct. 1818; marr. 
there 22 April 1851, Edward Latham 
of 1 7 Kent Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London (son of John Henry Latham 
of Eltham, co. Kent) ; born 9 May 
1820, bapt. at Dover. 

Louisa Rose, born at Northill 23 
Dec. 1 82 1, bapt. there 14 Feb. 
1822 ; marr. at Dover 11 Nov. 1858, 
Rev. Jeremiah \\'illiam Haddock, 
born 23 May 1823; of Clare 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1850, 
M.A. 1853, Vicar of Clapham, co. 
Bedford, Hon. Canon of Ely. She 
died at Bedford 27 Oct. 1885. 
Her will dated 10 Sept. 1885, was 
proved at Northampton 14 Dec. 
1885, by Rev. Jeremiah William 
Haddock, one of the Exors, pro- 
bate being granted under certain 
limitations. 



Henry Taddy, 
born 27 Novem- 
ber, bapt. at 
Northill 6 Jan- 
uary 1824 ; died 
I June, bur. at 



Northill 5 
1849. 



June 



Catharina, born 
2 7February,bapt. 
at Northill 5 ]\Lay 
1826; marr. there 
12 January 1858, 
Alfred Taddy 
Thomson (son of 
Colonel Robert 
Thomson, Royal 
Engineers) ; born 
2 May 1 8 18. She 
died 9 March, 
bur. at Kensal 
Green Cemetery 
14 March 1885. 



Edward Taddy of= 
Catherine Bank, 
near Edinburgh ; 
born at Northill 
7 June, bapt. 
there 4 August 
1829; Captain 
and Brevet-Major 
Royal Artillery ; 
died at Catherine 
Bank 18 October, 
bur. at Northill 
24 October 1862. 
Will dated 13 
October 1862, 
proved (Prin. 
Reg., 633, 62) 14 
November 1862, 
by Rev. John 
Taddy of Calde- 
cote Lodge, co. 
Bedford, the 

brother, one of 
the Exors. 



=Fanny Eliza, dau. 
of Major John Gor- 
don Rogers of 59th 
Foot ; born 3 May 
1S33; marr. at 
Kilkenny, Ireland, 
12 June 1856; 
died 3 March, 
bur. at Northill 8 
March 1876. Ad- 
mo n was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 13 RLiy 
1876) to Rev. John 
Taddy of Caldecote 
Lodge, CO. Bedford, 
the uncle and guar- 
dian of Edward 
Glynn Taddy, a 
minor, the son, 
and only next of 
kin. 



Edward Glynn Taddy of Caldecote Lodge, co. Bedford, born at= 
Woolwich, CO. Kent, 2 October 1858, bapt. at St. Thomas' there; 
died 14 July, bur. at Northill 17 July 1886. M.L Will dated 
16 November 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 752, 86) 17 August 
1886, by Annie Frances Taddy of Caldecote Lodge, co. Bedford, 
the relict, one of the Exors. 



=Annie Frances, eldest dau. 
of Charles Samuel Lindsell 
of Holme, co. Bedford, late 
Captain 3rd Battalion Bed- 
fordshire Regiment, by Anne 
his wife, dau. of George 
Harding of Solihull, co. War- 
wick ; born at Holme 10 
May, bapt. at Biggleswade, 
CO. Bedford, 12 June 1857; 
marr. there 4 October 18S3. 



John Lionel Tadd)', 
born 20 September, 
bapt. at Northill 22 
October 1884. 



Evelyn Frances, born 
5 January, bapt. at 
Northill 10 February 
1886. 



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Arms. — Azure, a chevron rompu between three mullets or. 
Crest. — A demi-eagle displayed or, issuing from a cap of maintenance 
azure, turned up ermine, holding in its beak a horseshoe sable. 



Rev. Francis Salt (eldest son of Rev. Francis Salt of Bridgnorth, co.= 
Salop, by his ist wife Mary); born i8 May 1795, bapt. at St. Mary 
Magdalene, Bridgnorth, 28 June 1799; of Christ Church, Oxford, matri- 
culated 13 October 1814, aged 19, B.A. 1819, M.A. 1821, Vicar of St. 
Mary's, Southtown, Great Yarmouth ; died at Islington, London, 20 
May, bur. at Finchley Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 24 May 1870. Will 
dated 24 December 1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 433, 70) 3 June 1870, by 
Rev. Francis Gardner Salt of Bishop's Wood, co. Stafford, the son, the 
sole Exor. 



=Frances Higgins of 
Wem, CO. Salop; marr. 
at AVindsor, Nova 
Scotia, 8 November 
182 1 ; died at Broad 
Street, Birmingham, 
and bur. at St. Philip's, 
Birmingham. 



Emma Mary Ann, born at AV'indsor, 
Nova Scotia, 9 September 1822 ; 
died there 30 March 1826. 

Elizabeth Sophia Higgins, born at 
Windsor, Nova Scotia, 7 May 1825, 
bapt. at Wem 19 April 1835 ; marr. 
at St. George's, Bristol, 17 Dec. 1850; 
Rev. Richard Wall of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1844, 
M.A. 1 85 1, Vicar of St. James', 
Hilltop, West Bromwich, co. Staf- 
ford, and Rector of Drayton Bassett, 
Tamworth, co. Stafford ; born at 
Chatham, co. Kent, 28 Feb. 1820. 



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Rev. George Salt, born at Windsor, Nova= 
Scotia, 24 April 1826, bapt. at Wem 19 
April 1835; of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1855, Rector of 
St. Bridget with St. Martin, Chester ; 
died 21 January, bur. at Woodhouse 
Eaves, co. Leicester, 25 January 1881. 
Will dated 6 December 1879, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 146, 82), 24 February 1882, 
by George Henry Orlando Salt, of 73 
Park Road South, Birkenhead, co. 
Chester, the son and sole Exor. 




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=Harriet, dau. 
of Joseph Har- 
rison of Bir- 
kenhead, CO. 
Chester; born 
in Liverpool 

23 March, 
bapt. at St. 
Peter's there 

24 April 181 7; 
marr. at Bid- 
ston, CO. Ches- 
ter 12 Feb. 
1852. 



Francis Arthur Brassey Salt, born 6 Februar)', bapt. 
at St. Anne's, Birkenhead, 30 March 1853; F.C.C.G., 
Provincial Warden, " Guild of Church Musicians, 
London." 



George Henry Orlando Salt, born 15 
January, bapt. at Bidston, co. Chester, 
25 March 1857. 



Howard Francis 
Gardner Salt 
of New Lin, 
London ; born 
at Leckhamp- 
ton 20 August 
1857, and bapt. 
there. 



Rev. Cecil Henry Salt of= 
Chichester College ; born at Hey- 
don Rectory, co. Norfolk, 14 
October, bapt. at Heydon 21 
November 1S58; Vicar of 
Haresfield, co. Gloucester, 
1890-94, Vicar of Sutton-on- 
Plym, CO. Devon, 1894. 



=Georgina Catherine Barzey, dau. of Captain 
Edwin Thomas Wiseman Price, Madras 
Infantry, by Georgina Caroline his wife, 
dau. of Captain Arthur Davies, R.N. ; 
born at Uxbridge, co. Middlesex, 3 May, 
bapt. at St. Margaret's there 3 June 1859; 
ma'rr. at St. Andrew's, Hillingdon, co. 
Middlesex, 27 November 1883. 



Olivia Mary Georgina, born at Cecil George Gilbertson Salt, born 7 February, bapt. at St. 

Louth, CO. Lincoln, 7 February, Paul's, Bisterne, Ringwood, co. Hants, 26 February 1888. 
bapt. there 29 March 1885. — 

_ Arthur Lewis Gardner Salt, born 4 May, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Bisterne, Ringwood, 2 June 1889. 
Edwin Henry Francis Salt, born — 

at Louth 20 October, bapt. there Ernest Charles Parker Salt, born at Haresfield 25 February, 

28 November 18S6. bapt. there 12 April 1891. 



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Rev. Francis Gardner Salt, born at Windsor,= 
Nova Scotia, 26 December 1829, bapt. at 
Wem, CO. Salop, 19 April 1835; of St. 
John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1852, 
Vicar of Bishop's Wood, co. Stafford, and 
Chaplain to the Marquess Townshend ; died 
9 January, bur. at Brighton Parochial Ceine- 
tery, co. Sussex, 14 January 1878. Will 
dated 6 October 187 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 
167, 78) 21 February 1878, by Mary Salt of 
3 Denmark Terrace, Brighton, co. Sussex, 
the relict and sole Executrix. 



=Mary, dau. and coheir of James Matthias Gilbertson 
of Fullwood, Leckhampton, co. Gloucester, by 
Eliza (nee Howard) his wife ; born 14 September 
1835; marr. at Leckhampton 4 September 1856; 
died in London 26 September, bur. at Brighton 
I October 1884. Will dated 7 April 1SS3, with 
codicil dated 2 June 1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 
980, 84) 2 December 1884, by Rev. Charles 
Norris of the Vicarage, Briston, co. Norfolk, John 
Kenning Smallman Masters of Ellesmere, Gratwick, 
CO. Sussex, and Spencer Thomas Smyth of St. 
George's Villa, Tyson Road, Forest Hill, co. Kent, 
M.D., the Exors. 



Lewis Herbert Salt= 
of Brooklyn House, 
Hounslow, CO. Mid- 
dlesex ; born at 
Hey don, co. Nor- 
folk, 22 ^Lay, bapt. 
there 17 June i860. 



Constance Mary Jessie, 2nd dau. of Major- 
General George Alexander St. Peter Fooks, 
B.N.L, by Jessie his wife, dau. of Rev. John 
Dodgson, Vicar of St. Peter's, Montrose, 
Scotland; born at Jaunpore, India, 19 Feb- 
ruary 1 86 1 ; marr. at St. Anne's, Eastbourne, 
CO. Sussex, on Wednesday, 11 July 1888. 



Ernest George Salt, L.R.C.P., 
L.R.C.S.E., L.F.P.S. Glas- 
gow, L.M.E., Member of the 
British Medical Association ; 
born 27 July, bapt. at Dilham, 
CO. Norfolk, I Sept. 1861. 



Jessie Muriel, born at Clare- 
mont, Southampton, 12 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at St. Barnabas' 
there 3 April i8gi. 



Spencer Wilham Salt= 
of Norlands, Alexan- 
dra Road, Upper 
Norwood, CO. Surrey ; 
born 7 Nov., bapt. 
at Dilham, co. Nor 
folk, 7 Dec. 1862. 



=Emmie, dau. of Rev. 
William Edward James, 
M.A., of Holy Trinity, 
Leicester ; born 30 April, 
bapt. at Yeovil, co. 
Somerset, 18 June 1S62; 
marr. at St. James', Nor- 
lands, London, 26 July 
1888. 



Cyril Francis Spencer Salt, 
born 3 July, bapt. at 
St. John the Evangelist, 
Upper Norwood, 26 July 
1893. 



Edith Mary Wilhelmina, 
born at Dilham 20 Jan- 
uary, bapt. there 13 
March 1S64; marr. at 
Louth, CO. Lincoln, 2 
]\Larch 1886, Henry 
Edmund Tudor (son of 
Rev. Charles Tudor, 
M.A. of Jesus College, 
Oxford, and Vicar of 
Newbold, co. York) ; 
born at Merton, co. Ox- 
ford, II June i860 



Beatrice Maude, 
born 26 Decem- 
ber 1874, and 
bapt. at St. Ni- 
cholas', Brighton; 
died 23 February, 
bur. at the Paro- 
chial Cemetery, 
Brighton, 2 7 Feb- 
ruary 1876. 



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)!)alitoell of iSortf)all co. J^ltblslescjc. 




Arms granted by Christopher 
Barker, Garter, to Thomas 
Shadzvell of Lynedoiune, eo. 
Stafford, 2 June 1537. — Per 
pale or and azure, on a 
chevron between three annu- 
lets four escallops all counter- 
changed. 



Harriet, dau.= 
of Anthony 
Richardson,by 
Hannah his 
wife, dau. of 
John Johnson, 
andsisterof Sir 
John Richard- 
son, Knight, 
one of the 
Judges of the 
Court of Com- 
mon Pleas ; 
born 22 De- 
cember 1777 ; 
marr. at Wal- 
cot, Bath, CO. 
Somerset, 8 
January 1S05; 
died 25 May, 
bur. in St. An- 
drew Under- 
shaft, London, 
I June 1814. 
I St wife. 



=Right Hon^^ Sir Lancelot Shadwell,= 
Knight, of Barn Elms, co. Surrey, 
eldest son of Lancelot Shadwell of 
Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, lineal 
descendant and heir male of Thomas 
Shadwell of Lyndon in the parish of 
Enville, co. Stafford, Grantee of Arms 
1537, by Elizabeth Sophia his wife, 
dau. of Charles Whitmore of South- 
ampton, CO. Hants, and sister of 
William Whitmore of Apley, co. 
Salop; born 3 ALiy 1779; Piatt 
Fellow of St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1800, M.A. 1803, LL.D. 
1842, called to the Bar at Lincoln's 
Inn 1S03, K.C. 1821, M.P. for 
Ripon 1826, Vice-Chancellor of 
England and Privy Councillor 1827, 
knighted 16 Nov. 1827, on being 
appointed Vice-Chancellor, Com- 
missioner of the Great Seal 1835 and 
1850, Lord of the Manor of Northall ; 
died 10 Aug., bur. at Barnes, co. 
Surrey, 15 Aug. 1850. M.I. in 
churchyard there. Will dated 31 
July 1850, proved (P.C.C, 640, 50) 
27 Aug. 1850, by Dame Frances 
Shadwell, the relict and Executrix. 



=Frances, dau. 
of Captain 
Locke ; born 
25 December 
1788; marr. 
at St. James', 
Westminster, 4 
January 1 8 1 6 ; 
died, aged 

66, 27 Octo- 
ber, bur. in 
BarnesChurch- 
yard 2 Novem- 
ber 1854. 2nd 
wife. 

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Lancelot Shadwell, born 10 March, bapt. at St. George the= 
Martyr, Queen Square, London, 18 June 1808 ; Fellow of 
St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1829, M.A. 1832, called 
to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1832, Revising Barrister for co. 
Middlesex, Lord of the Manor of Northall ; died 1 1 January, 
bur. in Highgate Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 17 January 1861. 
M.I. there and in Northolt Parish Church. \S\\\ dated 23 
February 1857, proved (Prin. Reg., 50, 61) 30 January 1861, 
by Jane Ellen Shadwell, the relict and E.xecutrix. 



=Jane Ellen, 2nd dau. of Iltid 
Nicholl, Queen's Proctor, by 
Sarah his wife, dau. of Henry 
Hoyle Oddie ; born 3 October 
181 1 ; marr. at Trinity Church, 
Marylebone, London, 14 Au- 
gust 1838; died 26 March, 
bur. at Highgate Cemetery, 29 
March 1879. M.I. 



Lancelot Shadwell, born 19 June, bapt. at Marylebone Parish 
Church 25 July 1839; called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1S66, 
Lord of the Manor of Northall ; died at Macon, France, 9 April 
1875, and was bur. there. M.I. in Northolt Parish Church. 

Charles Lancelot Shadwell of Frewin Hall, Oxford ; born 16 Dec. 
1S40, bapt. at Marylebone Parish Church lo March 1841 ; matricu- 
lated at Oxford 16 June 1859, Junior Student of Christ Church 
1859-64, B.A. 1863, Fellow of Oriel College 1864, M.A. 1866, 
B.C.L. 1873, Student of Lincoln's Inn 2 Nov. 1864, called 
to the Bar 30 April 1872, Lord of the Manor of Northall, Fellow 
of Winchester College 1890, Sheriff of Oxford 1894. 



Arthur Lancelot Shadwell, 
born 10 August 1842, bapt. 
at Marylebone Parish Church 
27 November 1842; died 13 
July, bur. in Marylebone 
Parish Church 18 July 1843. 



John Lancelot Shadwell, 
born 3 yVpril, bnpt. at St. 
James', Clapton, co. Middle- 
sex, 29 May 1844. 



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Alfred Shad- Alfred Hudson Shadwell, born at Worthing, co. Sussex, 22= 

well, born 19 Aug. 1818; of St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1840, 

May 181 7 ; M.A. 1844, appointed a Taxing Master in Chancer^' i860; 

died II Ap- died 31 l^lay, buried in Willesden Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 

ril 1818. 7 June 1884. Will dated 9 Dec. 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 

598, 84) 26 July 1884, by Thomas Lloyd Murray Browne of 

Rhyl, CO. Flint, and Maurice Otho Fitzgerald of Burlington 

Gardens, London, the Exors. 



=Charlotte Mary, dau. 
of John Hillersdon of 
Barnes, co. Surrey ; 
born 9 Nov., bapt. at 
Barnes ParishChurch 
23 Dec. 1824 ; marr. 
there 3 April 1852 ; 
died, aged 57, 30 
Nov., bur. in Willes- 
den Churchyard 5 
Dec. 1 88 1. 



Mary Campbell Lill, only child, born 14 September, bapt. at Barnes Parish Church 23 
October 1853; marr. at St. Mary Magdalene, Paddington, London, 13 June 1878, 
Eliott Scarlett Currey of Erlwood, Bagshot, co. Surrey, born 16 November 1836, 
bapt. at Windlesham Parish Church, co. Surrey, 19 April 1837. 



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Rev. John Emilius Shadwell, born 2 Dec. 1809, bapt. at St. George= 
the Martyr, Queen Square, London, 12 May 1810; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1831, M.A. 1834, Rector of All Saints', 
Southampton, 1835 ; died, aged 33, at Bitterne, co. Hants, i March, 
bur. at All Saints', Southampton, 6 March 1843. M.L Will dated 
18 Sept. 1837, proved (P.C.C, 284, 43) 28 April 1843, by Emma 
Donna Shadwell, the relict, the universal legatee. 



=Emma Donna, 2nd dau. of 
Isaac Cookson of Meldon 
Park, CO. Northumberland, 
born 23 Feb. 1812; marr. 
at Meldon 30 Aug. 1 836 ; 
died, aged 49, i Sept., bur. 
in the Cemetery at South- 
ampton 5 Sept. i860. 



Lancelot Emilius= 
Shadwell, born 
23 March, bapt. 
at All Saints', 
Southampton, 16 
May 1 838; Lieut. 
29th Regiment 
(retired 1861); 
died s.p. 25 July, 
bur. in Lante- 
glos by Fowey 
Churchyard, co. 
Cornwall, 27 July 
1877. M.L 



=Emily Helen Ingram, 
only dau. of Major Barry 
Thomas of the 9th Regt. ; 
marr. at Butler's Mars- 
ton, co. Warwick, i Dec. 
1863 ; marr. 2ndly at St. 
Alphege, Greenwich, co. 
Kent, 10 Feb. 1880, 
Henry Stanley Clarke, 
Lieut. R.N., who died 27 
Oct. 1890, and w^as bur. 
in South America ; and 
3rdly, at St. Luke's, Jer- 
sey, 24 Feb. 1892, Frank 
Jacob of Buenos Ayres. 



Tyrrell Hoare Shadwell, born 19 Aug., bapt. at All 
Saints', Southampton, 21 Oct. 1839; died 4 April, 
bur. in All Saints' Churchyard 7 April 1842. 

John Emilius Lancelot Shadwell of Meadowbank, 
Melksham, co. Wilts; born 19 Dec. 1842; Senior 
Student of Christ Church, matriculated at Oxford 1 1 
Oct. 186 1, B.A. 1865, M.A. 1869, Studentof Lincoln's 
Inn II Nov. 1865, called to the Bar 7 June 1869. 

Florence Jane, born 15 July 1841, marr. at Slough, 
CO. Bucks, 17 Dec. 1861, Alfred Fleischmann, died 
10 April 1879, and was bur. in Italy. She died at 
Florence, Italy, 15 Dec. 1878, and was bur. there. 
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Lionel Lancelot Shadwell, born 15 
Sept., bapt. at Marylebone Parish 
Church 7 Nov. 1845; of New College, 
Oxford, matriculated 14 Oct. 1864, 
Scholar 1864-69, B.A. 1868, M.A. 
1873, Student of Lincoln's Inn 25 Oct. 
1869, called to the Bar 30 April 1873, 
Revising Barrister for co. Middlesex. 

Walter Harvey Lancelot Shadwell of 
Trewollack, Bodmin, co. Cornwall ; 
born 10 Nov., bapt. at Marylebone 
Parish Church 18 Dec. 1851 ; District 
Probate Registrar for co. Cornwall 
1892. 



Douglas Lan- Louisa, 
celot Shadwell, — 
born 6 March, Ellen, 
bapt. at Mary- — 
lebone Parish Blanche. 
Church 16 Ap- 
ril 1856 ; died 
23 Dec, bur. 
in Highgate 
Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex 30 
Dec. 1856. 



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Julia, marr. at St. Andrew's, 
Wells Street, Marylebone, 12 
Oct. 1878, Arthur Clement 
Eddis (eldest son of Arthur 
Shelly Eddis, Q.C., Judge of 
County Courts, by Elizabeth 
Mary his wife, dau. of Job 
Wright of Cheshunt, CO. Herts); 
bom 15 Dec. 1848; of Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1871, 
called to the Bar at Lincoln's 
Inn 1874, Assistant Endowed 
Schools' Commissioner 1891. 
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Rev. Arthur Thomas Whitmore Shadwell, born 31 May 1820; of Balliol= 
College, Oxford, matriculated 21 October 1841, B.A. 1843, M.A. 1844, 
Rector of Langton, co. York, 1850-79, of Little Ilford, co. Essex, 1879; 
1879; died 26 October, bur. at Little Ilford 30 October 1893. 



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Charlotte, dau. of 
Rev.GeorgeJohn 
Collinson, Rector 
of Boldon, CO. 
Durham ; born 9 
April 1819; marr. 
at Boldon 27 
Feb. 1 85 1. 



Bernard Shadwell, born 15 December i8si,=pFanny Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. George Arthur 



bapt. at Langton, near Malton, co. York, 6 
January 1852. 



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Firth of Christ Church, Oxford, M.A., Vicar 
of St. Michael's, New Malton, co. York ; 
born 2 March, bapt. at St. Michael's, New 
Malton, 28 March i860; marr. at Malton 
II April 1882. 



Miriam Olive, born 9 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Kentville, 
Nova Scotia, 29 October 
1883. 



Sir Charles Frederick Alexander Shadwell, 
K.C.B., F.R.S., of Meadowbank, Melksham, 
CO. Wilts; born 31 January, bapt. at St. George 
the Martyr, Queen Square, London, 30 April 
1814; entered the Navy 1827, Commander 
1846, Captain 1853, Superintendent of Haslar 
Hospital 1864, Commander-in-Chief on the 
China Station 1872, President of the Royal 
Naval College, Greenwich, co. Kent, 1878, 
Rear-Admiral 1869, Vice- Admiral 1875, Ad- 
miral 1879 ; died i March, bur. at Shaw, co. 
Wilts, 6 March 1886. M.L in Northolt Parish 
Church, CO. Middlesex. Will dated 31 January 
1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 1077, 86) 6 Decem- 
ber 1886, by Charles Lancelot Shadwell and 
John Emilius Shadwell, the Exors. 



Louis Henry Shadwell, 
born I May 181 1, 
bapt. at St. George 
the Martyr, Queen 
Square, 27 January 
1 81 2; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1832, M.A. 183s, 
admitted ad eutidem at 
Oxford 1 7 October 
1842, called to the Bar 
at Lincoln's Inn 1847 j 
died 9 December, bur. 
at Barnes, co. Surrey, 
15 December 1849. 
M.I. 



Lancelot Shadwell, born 
6 October 1806; died i 
April, bur. in St. An- 
drew Undershaft, Lon- 
don, 3 April 1807. 



Charles William Shad- 
well, born I August, 
bapt. at St. George the 
Martyr, Queen Square, 
27 August 181 2; died 
4 January, bur. in St. 
Andrew Undershaft 6 
January 1813. 



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Rev. Julius Shadwell, born 25 December 182 1 ; of Balliol College,= 
Oxford, matriculated 8 April 1840, B.A. 1843, Perpetual Curate of 
St. Luke's, Heywood, co. Lane, 1850-65, Rector of Washington, 
CO. Durham, 1865-75, Vicar of Slinfold, co. Sussex, 1875-82 ; died 
22 September, bur. at Lower Rickinghall, co. Suffolk, 25 September 
1889. 



=Louisa Amelia, dau. 
of Rev. John Keate, 
D.D., Canon of Wind- 
sor, Rector of Hartley 
Wespall, CO. Hants ; 
born 5 December 
1825, bapt. at Eton 
CO. Bucks, 18 Feb- 
ruary 1826; marr. at 
Hartley Wespall 6 
February 185 1. 



Rev. Edward Louis 
Shadwell of The Wood- 
lands, Monk Sherborne, 
Basingstoke, CO. Hants; 
born 9 February, bapt. 
at St. Luke's, Hey- 
wood, 5 March 1852 ; 
of University College, 
Durham. 



Gerald Lancelot 
Shadwell of 16 
Griffith Road, 
South Wimble- 
don, CO. Surrey; 
born 27 Novem- 
ber, bapt. at 
Hartley Wespall 
30 December 



Alice Mary, born 6 March, bapt. at Hartley Wespall 
4 April 1858 ; marr. in India, Hugh Eraser Lord. 

Leonard JuHus Shadwell, bom at Heywood 5 De- 
cember i860, bapt. at Bur)', co. Lane, 9 January 
1861 ; Captain Suffolk Regiment. 

Eleanor Frances Margaret, born 17 March, bapt. at 
Washington 21 April 1867 ; marr. at Monk Sherborne 
19 November 1891, John Reinholdt Hobson of 
Evershold, Eastcote, Pinner, co. Middlesex (4th son 
of Captain Anthony Pemberton Hobson of St. 
Vincent, and of Rutland House, Hanwell, co. 
Middlesex). 



Mabel Octavia, born 7 March, bapt. at 
Langton 29 March 1853; marr. by licence 
at St. Margaret's, Westminster, 28 April 
1886, Ronald Stanley Clarke (son of Rev. 
Charles Leopold Stanley Clarke of Lods- 
worth, CO. Sussex, by Anne Elizabeth Isabella 
his wife, dau. of Right Hon^''^ Sir Lancelot 
Shadwell); born in 1859; of Keble College, 
Oxford, B.A. 1881. She died 26 October, bur. 
at Perivale, co. Middlesex, 29 October 1887. 



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Arthur Shadwell, born= 
21 September, bapt. at 
Langton, co. York, 29 
October 1854; of Keble 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 19 October 1874, 
B.A. 1882, M.A. and 
B.M. 1883. 



=Bertha, dau. of Wil- 
liam Parry James of 
Cardiff; born 25 Sept. 
1852, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Cardiff, 3 July 
1853; marr. at St 
John's, Canton, Car- 
diff, 10 Aug. 1882. 



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Lawrence Shadwell, born 6 July,= 
bapt. at Ripon Minster 29 Sep- 
tember 1823 ; C.B., a General in 
the Army ; died at Reading, co. 
Berks, 16 August, bur. in Read- 
ing Cemetery 19 August 1887. 
M.I. in the Garrison Chapel, 
Portsmouth. 




=Helen Frances, dau. of Rev. Edward 
Coleridge, Fellow of Eton College, 
Vicar of Mapledurham, co. Oxford, by 
his I St wife, Mary, dau. of Rev. John 
Keate, D.D. ; born 21 June, bapt. at 
Eton, CO. Bucks, 18 July 1829; marr. 
there 2 August 1853 ; died at Twyford, 
CO. Berks, 29 March, bur. in Reading 
Cemetery i April 1893. 



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Frances Georgians, 
born 9 August 
1824 ; died 28 No- 
vember, bur. in 
Barnes Churchyard, 
CO. Surrey, 2 De- 
cember 1843. 



Rev. Felix Shadwell,= 
born 2 1 February, 
bapt. at Langton, co. 
York, 2 April 1856 ; 
of Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 
23 January 1875, 
B.A. 1879, M.A. 



=Ada Anne Worsley, 
dau. of James Neale 
of Mile End, Lon- 
don ; born 23 Aug. 
i860, and bapt. at 
the Parish Church 
Stepney, London, 
21 Dec. 1893; marr. 
at Little Ilford, co. 
Essex, 6 Sept. 1890. 



Mabel Phyllis, bom 23 June, 
bapt. at Sunderland, co. Durham, 
12 July 1891. 



Julia, born 19 May, bapt. at 
Langton 11 June 1857. 

Theodora, born at Langton 
4 August, bapt. there 8 Sep- 
tember 1859 ; marr. at Little 
Ilford, CO. Essex, 7 February 
1884, Henry Donkin of Nova 
Scotia, 3rd son of Edward 
Donkin of Sleights, near 
Whitby, CO. York ; born 6 
January, bapt. at Birdsall, 
near York, 1 7 February 1 859. 



Lancelot Alexander 
Shadwell of Omoko- 
roa, Tauranga, New 
Zealand ; born 6 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at South 
Bersted, Bognor, co. 
Sussex, 1 7 October 
i860. 

Emily Frances, born 
21 January, bapt. at 
South Bersted 4 Feb- 
ruary 1862. 



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Fiederica,dau. of Capt.= 
Peter Breton of Poly- 
gon House, Southamp- 
ton ; marr. at March- 
wood, CO. Hants, i6 
July 1850. She marr. 
istly at Southampton 
7 March 1S44, Phipps 
John Hornby, Capt. 
R.E. ; born 20 April 
1820, died 8 April 
1 848. She died 3 July, 
bur. in Barnes Ceme- 
tery, CO. Surrey, 7 
July 1877. ist wife. 



=George Augustus= 
Frederick Shad- 
well of Baddesley 
Manor, Romsey, 
CO. Hants ; born 
12 Aug.i826,and 
bapt.atChiswick, 
CO. Middlesex ; 
sometime a Chief 
Clerk in the India 
Office, J. P. for 
CO. Hants. 



=Mary Anne Eliza- 
beth, eldest dau. of 
Henry Browne 
Alexander of The 
Laurels, Barnes ; 
born 18 July 1821 ; 
marr. at Barnes 1 2 
August 1878; died 
26 April, bur. at 
Ellesborough, co. 
Bucks, 2 May 
1884. 2nd wife. 



Francis Bradby= 
Shadwell, born 
at Barnes 4 May, 
bapt. there 30 
May 185 1. 



=Gertrude Maria, dau. of Arthur Gossett 
of Eltham House, co. Kent, J. P. and 
D.L., Major R.A., by Augusta his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Morgan of St. Mary 
Cray, co. Kent ; marr. at Mortlake, co. 
Surrey, i October 1873. 



Lancelot Horace Augustus Shadwell, 
born 7 February 1875, and bapt. at 
the Parish Church, Richmond, co. 
Surrey. 



Anne Elizabeth Isabella, born 
in London 15 March 1828; marr. 
at Barnes 21 June 1849, Rev. 
Charles Leopold Stanley Clarke 
(son of William Stanley Clarke of 
Leatherhead, co. Surrey) ; born 1 7 
Oct., bapt. at Leatherhead 25 
Nov. 1817; educated at Winches- 
ter Coll., Fellow of New Coll., 
Oxford, B.C.L., Vicar of Lods- 
worth, CO. Sussex, 1846-76, 
Prebendary of Chichester 1858, 
Rector of Bexhill, co. Sussex, 
1876-89. =r= 



Leycester Montague Oswald Shadwell, 
born at Barnes 6 October, bapt. at 
Barnes 17 December 1852. 

Henrietta Maud, born at Barnes 3 
November, bapt. there 29 December 
1858; marr. at St. Alphege, Green- 
wich, CO. Kent, 16 July 1879, Alfred 
Carpenter, Lieut. R.N. She died 27 
October 1889, and was bur. at Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants. 



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Hephzibah Lancilla Frances, 
born II May 1829; marr. at 
Burnham, co. Bucks, 27 Jan. 
1852, WiUiam de Winton of 
Maesderwen,co. Brecknock (son 
of John Parry de Winton of 
Maesderwen, J. P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff 1829-30, by Char- 
lotte Eliza his wife, dau. of Rev. 
William Davies, Rector of New- 
port Pagnel, co. Bucks, and of 
Llangorse,co. Brecknock); born 
8 Feb. 1823; D.L., J P.forco. 
Brecknock. He marr. 2ndly, 
Mary, dau. of Rear-Admiral 
Harding. She died 21 Dec. 
1862, and was bur. at Llanvry- 
nach, CO. Brecknock. 
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Adelaide Amelia 
Louisa Teresa 
Caroline, born 18 
March, bapt. at 
Stoke Newing- 
ton, London, i 
April 1 83 1 ; marr. 
at Barnes 1 1 Ap- 
ril 1850, Richard 
Blaney Wade of 
Seymour Street, 
Portman Square, 
London (son of 
Colonel Thomas 
Wade, C.B.). 



Sarah Albinia Louisa, born 4 February, 
bapt. at Barnes 10 May 1833; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, Paddington, London, 28 
December 1854, Rev. William Josiah 
Irons (son of Joseph Irons of Hoddes- 
den, CO. Herts); born in 1813; D.D., 
Vicar of Barkway, co. Herts, 1838-40, 
Vicar of Brompton, London, 1840-70, 
Rector of Wadingham, co. Lincoln, 1870- 
72, Rector of St. Mary Woolnoth, with St. 
Mary Woolchurch Haw, London, 1872, a 
Prebendary of St. Paul's Cathedral ; died 
18 June, bur. in Brompton Churchyard 
22 June 1883. She died 13 Decem- 
ber, bur. in Brompton Churchyard 17 
December 1887. =1= 



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Bebon, i^cnf)eale, to. Corntuall, 
antJ iQlti Court, to. 3|ercforti, 



Arms on record in the College of Anns, granted 
22 Aus;tist iS4y, to John Siincoe of Chelsea, eo. 
Middlesex, Captain of H. M.S. "Prince Edward." 
Azure, a fess wavy ermine between two stars of 
twelve points in chief, and a cannon barways in 
base or. 

Crest granted at the same date. — Out of a naval 
crown or, a demi sea lion proper, holding in his 
fore fin a mariner's cross statT erect or, and on his 
shoulder a rose gules, seeded proper. This Crest 
vas subsequently altered 4 November iSyg: Out 
of a naval crown or, a demi sea lion proper, 
holding in his fore fin a dagger erect argent, the 
pommell and hilt gold, and on his shoulder a rose 
gules, bearded and seeded proper. 

Motto. — Non sibi sed patriiE. 



Lieut.-General John Graves= 
Simcoe of Plymouth, co. 
Devon (only surviving son of 
Captain John Simcoe, R.N., of 
Cotterstock, co. Northampton, 
by Catherine (Stamford) his 
wife, who were marr. at Bath 
Abbey 8 Aug. 1747); born at 
Cotterstock 23 Feb., bapt. 
there 5 March 1752; of Merton 
Coll., O.xford, matriculated 4 
Feb. 1769, aged 16, First 
Governor of Upper Canada, 
Governorof St. Domingo, Com- 
mander of the Western District, 
M.P. for St. Mawes 1790-92; 
died at E.xeter, co. Devon, 26 
Oct., bur. in the private chapel, 
Wolford Lodge, Honiton, co. 
Devon, 4 Nov. 1806. A 
monument was erected to his 
memory in E.xeter Cathedral 
by the county of Devon. 



^Elizabeth Posthuma, 
only dau. and heir 
of Colonel Thomas 
Gwillim of Old 
Court, CO. Hereford, 
Aide-de-Camp to 
General Wolfe, by 
his wife Elizabeth 
Spinckes ; born in 
1764 ; marr. at Buc- 
kerell, co. Devon, 
30 December 1782 ; 
died at Wolford 
Lodge 1 7 January, 
bur. in the private 
chapel at Wolford 
22 January 1850. 



^-^^^^^2^^^^^ 



Francis Gwil- 
lim Simcoe, 
born at Wol- 
ford 6 June 
1 791 ; fell in 
the breach at 
the Siege of 
Badajoz 6 
April 181 2. 



Anne, 2nd= 
dau. of Rev. 
Edward Pal- 
mer, M.A., 
Vicar of 
Moseley, co. 
Worcester ; 
marr. there 
8 Feb. 1822; 
died, aged 
45, at Pen- 
heale6Dec., 
bur. at Eg- 
loskerry, co. 
Cornwall, 15 
Dec. 1840. 
ist wife. 



=Rev. Henry Addington Simcoe of Wol-= 
ford Lodge, co. Devon, Penheale, co. 
Cornwall, and Old Court, co. Hereford ; 
born 28 Feb. 1800, bapt. at Dunkeswell, 
CO. Devon, 3 June 1801 ; of Wadham Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 13 April 1818, 
aged 18, B.A. 1821, M.A. 1825, Perpetual 
Curate of Egloskerry with Tremaine, co. 
Cornwall, 1846 until his death, aged 68, at 
Penheale 15 Nov., bur. at Egloskerry 24 
Nov. 1868. M.I. Will dated 6 Nov. 1859, 
with two codicils dated respectively 7 Dec. 
1 86 1 and 11 Nov. 1868, proved at Bodmin 
5 Jan. 1869, by Samuel Palmer Simcoe of 
Penheale, co. Cornwall, the son, John 
Nicholson Vowler of Fishleigh Lodge, 
Hatherleigh, co. Devon, and John Leth- 
bridge Cowlard of Launceston, co. 
Cornwall, the Exors. 



=Emily, 2nd dau. of 
Rev. Horatio Mann, of 
Trinity Coll., Camb., 
Rector of St. Mawgan 
with St. Martin in 
Meneage, co. Corn- 
wall, by Louisa his 
wife, dau. of Walter 
Trevelyan of Nettle- 
combe, CO. Somerset; 
born at Mawgan 26 
Feb., bapt. there 2 
April 1818; marr. at 
Mawgan 2 1 Dec. 1 842 ; 
died at Bath 24 May, 
bur. in Locksbrook 
Cemetery, Bath, 30 
May 1877. 2nd wife. 



JO^AyiAA^ CLg^^ 



^<^i.<^.0-^ 



Emily, born Beatrice Katherine Louise, born at Penheale 3 January, bapt. at Egloskerry 30 

at Penheale, March 185 1 ; marr. at Weston, near Bath, co. Somerset, General Henry Edward 

CO. Corn- Doherty, C.B., of Vernon House, Bath, and the 14th Light Dragoons, who died 15 

wall, and September, and bur. in the cemetery, Southampton, 21 September 1885. She marr. 

bapt. at Eg- andly, 14 December 1887, John Canning-Doherty of Newstown, co. Carlow, and 

loskerry, co. Vernon House, Bath (eldest son of Right Hon^'^ John Doherty, Lord Chief 

Cornwall, 22 Justice of Common Pleas, Ireland); a Student of the Middle Temple 18 

Dec. 1845. November 1847, called to the Bar 22 November 1850, District Registrar, Probate 

Division of High Court of Justice, co. Warwick, J. P. for co. Worcester. Assumed 

the additional surname of Canning, He died 22 January, and was bur. in the 

cemetery, Southampton, 25 January 1890. M.L 



Henry Walcot Simcoe, born 
31 Jan. 1823; of Wadham 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
S May 1 841, aged 18, B.A. 
1845 ; died at Funchal, 
Madeira, 31 Jan. 1848. M.I. 

Anne Eliza, born 6 Feb. 
1824, bapt. at Dunkeswell 7 
Sept. 1825; marr. at Eglos- 
kerry 22 June 1847, Sedley 
Bastard Marke of Woodhill, 
CO. Cornwall. She died at 
Nice 24 April 1869. 



John Kennaway Simcoe of Wolford Lodge ,- 
born at Budleigh Salterton, co. Devon, 26 
June, bapt. at Dunkeswell 10 November 
1825 ; Captain R.N., J. P. for co. Devon ; 
died at Wolford 20 March, bur. in the 
private chapel there 26 March 1891. 
Will dated 14 January 1891, with two 
codicils dated respectively 25 February 
1 89 1 and 12 March 1891, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 102, 91) 13 July 1891, by Edward 
Maurice Greenway of Greenway, Luppitt, 
CO. Devon, and William Trevenen of 
Ford, Manaton, co. Devon, the Exors. 



=Mary, 2nd dau. of 
Col. Basil Jackson of 
the Royal Staff Corps, 
and of Glewstone 
Court, CO. Hereford, 
by Frances his wife, 
dau. of Lieut. -Col. 
Muttlebury, C.B. ; 
born 12 Jan., bapt. 
at Croydon Parish 
Church, CO. Surrey, 16 
April 1836; marr. at 
Goodrich, co. Here- 
ford, 13 March 1867. 



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Mary Northcote, born 7 
Jan., bapt. at Egloskerry 4 
Aug. 1827; marr. there 16 
April 1850, John Nicholson 
Vowler of Parnacott, co. 
Devon (eldest son of John 
Vowler of Parnacott, J. P. 
and D.L., by Harriet his 
wife, dau. of Samuel Nichol- 
son); born 12 March 1818; 
High Sheriff for co. Devon, 
J. P. ; died 10 July, bur. 
at Hatherleigh, co. Devon, 
14 July 1871. She died 
6 Oct., bur. at Egloskerry 
10 Oct. 1890. M.I. 



I 



Elizabeth Lethbridge, born 6 Aug., 
bapt. at Egloskerry 28 Sept. 1828; 
marr. there 20 Sept. 1859, Lieut.-Gen. 
Willoughby Trevelyan of Newfargie, 
CO. Perth, of the Honi'i<= East India 
Co.'s Service (son of Rev. Walter Tre- 
velyan, Vicar of Henbury, co. Glou- 
cester, and Rector of Nettlecombe, 
CO. Somerset, by Charlotte his wife, 
dau. of John Hudson of Bessingby, 
CO. York); died in 1871, and bur. at 
Newfargie. She marr. 2ndly as his 
2nd wife, at St. Mary's Cathedral, 
Edinburgh, 25 Nov. 1880, the Very 
Rev. John Burton, Provost of St. 
Ninian's Cathedral, Perth, N.B., who 
died at Newfargie 8 July, bur, there 
14 July 1885. 



Lydia Hannah, born 26 June 
1832; marr. at Egloskerry 3 
October 1861, Rev. Francis 
Charles Cole (son of Francis 
Coleof Odiham, co. Hants); of 
Wadham Coll., Oxford, matri- 
culated 9 March 1853, aged 
19, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1859, of 
the Inner Temple 1859, Vicar 
of Long Sutton, co. Hants, 
1863-72, Rector of Skinnand, 
CO. Lincoln, 1874-76, Curate 
of Odiham with Greywell, co. 
Hants, 1876; born 18 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at Odiham 20 
November 1833. 



I 



Samuel PalmerSimcoe 
of Penheale, co. Corn- 
wall ; born at Pen- 
heale 5 April, bapt. 
at Egloskerry 1 2 April 
1830 ; of Wadham 
College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 31 January 
1849, aged 18. 



Philip Francis Simcoe, born at Pen- 
heale 5 February, bapt. at Egloskerry 
22 June 1834; of Wadham College, 
Oxford, matriculated 9 March 1853, 
aged 19, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1863, 
J. P. for CO. Cornwall; died at Pen- 
heale 1 2 October, bur. at Egloskerry 
16 October 1885. Will dated 3 
October 1885, proved at Bodmin 
28 November 1885, by Samuel 
Palmer Simcoe of Penheale, the 
brother, and John Henry Walcot 
Vowler of 19 Beaufort Street, Chel- 
sea, CO. Middlesex, the nephew, the 
Exors. 



Paul Creed Gwillim Simcoe of 
New Court, co. Hereford, and 
Gwynfe House, Llangadish, co. 
Carmarthen ; born at Penheale 30 
September 1835, bapt. at Eglos- 
kerry 25 February 1837 ; of Wad- 
ham College, Oxford, matriculated 
14 June 1854, aged 18; died at the 
Mumbles 17 February 1875. Will 
dated 22 October 1870, proved at 
Carmarthen 28 April 1875, by 
Philip Francis Simcoe of Penheale, 
CO. Cornwall, the brother, and 
William Geake of Penheale Farm, 
CO. Devon, two of the Exors. 




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jrioj)er of 3|orncastle, 
CO. itincoln. 



John Gould Floyer of Ketsby Hall in= 
the parish of South Ormesby, co. Lin- 
coln, and sometime of Louth in the 
same county (only child of Anthony 
Floyer of Reesby, in the parish of Stain- 
ton-by-Langworth, co. Lincoln, by Sarah 
his wife, dau. of George Brabins of Ben- 
nington Hall, CO. Lincoln) ; born at 
Reesby Hall i6 July 1785, bapt. there 
privately the next day ; died at Louth 
20 November, bur. at South Ormesby 
25 November 1841. INLL Will dated 
14 August 1837, with codicil dated 28 
Arms on record in the College December 1840, proved (P.C.C., 327, 

eif Arms.— Sa.h\e, a chevron ^3) 3 May 1 842, by John Wright, one 

'^c4^"-iA"brclTh^er:kased ^i the surviving Exors. 

or, holding in the mouth an arrow 

proper. 

Motto. — Floret virtus vulnerata. 



=Sarah, dau. of Rev. 
Richard Wright, M.A., 
Vicar and Impropriator 
of Wrangle, co. Lincoln, 
by Susanna his wife, 
dau. of Isaac Hill of 
Alford, CO. Lincoln ; 
bapt. at Wrangle 22 
July 1789; marr. there 
26 May 1815; died, 
aged 52, at Louth 22 
January, bur. at South 
Ormesby 28 January 
1841. M.L 



I 

John Wadham Floyer of Martin Hall,= 
near Horncastle, co. Lincoln, sometime 
of Cawkwell, in the same county ; born 
at Ketsby 23 Aug. 18 18, and bapt. there 
privately the same day ; of Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge; died at Martin, aged 53, 
22 Sept., bur. at South Ormesby 26 
Sept. 1870. M.I. Will dated 24 May 
1865, with codicil dated 28 April 1870, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 721, 70) 7 Nov. 1870, 
by George Storer of Thoroton Hall, 
near Bingham, co. Nottingham, and 
Rev. Arthur Wright of Welton in the 
Marsh, co. Lincoln, two of the Exors. 



■Augusta, twin dau. 
of Adkin Jollands 
Gilliat of Scrafield 
House, CO. Lin- 
coln ; born 10 Oc- 
tober 1822 ; marr. 
at Hanieringham, 
CO. Lincoln, 19 
April 1843. 



I 
Richard Ayscoghe Martin Floyer, 
born at Ketsby 21 June, bapt. 
privately at South Ormesby 23 
June 1820; of Wadham College, 
O.xford, matriculated as Founder's 
Kin 25 April 1839, aged 18, 
B.A. 1843, of the Inner Temple 
1842; died unmarr. at Mable- 
thorpe, CO. Lincoln, 26 Septem- 
ber, bur. at South Ormesby 29 
September 1843. M.I. 



Alice Matilda, born 2 7 February, 
bapt. at Cawkwell 3 March 1844; 
marr. at Horncastle 16 January 
1866, William Jeffery of Horn- 
castle (son of Wells and Eliza- 
beth Jeffery of Dalderby, co. 
Lincoln); born at Dalderby 13 
August, bapt. there 22 August 
1835; died, aged 49, at Lin- 
coln 28 February, bur. at 
Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln, i March 
1884. She died 1 1 March, bur. 
at Scrivelsby 14 March 1870. 

T 

A 



Agnes Matilda, born 28 
October 1845, bapt. at 
Cawkwell 1 1 January 
1846; died s.p. and 
bur. at Martin 20 Oc- 
tober 1869. 

Hubert Wadham Floyer, 
born at Cawkwell 26 
December, bapt. there 
privately 28 December, 
died the next day, and 
bur. at Cawkwell 30 
December 1847. 



Augustus Wadham Floyer, born at 
Martin Hall 12 Dec, bapt. at 
Martin 22 Dec. 1850; died in Lon- 
don 7 Dec, bur. at Finchley, co. 
Middlesex, 13 Dec. 1892. 

Hubert Martin Floyer, born 9 Jan. 
1852; died at St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital, London, where he was a 
Medical Student, 10 May, bur. at 
Martin 13 May 1875. 

Richard Gould Floyer, born 29 May, 
bapt. at Martin 10 Aug. 1853. 



Rev. Ayscoghe Floyer, bom at Ketsby, co. Lincoln,= 
26 November, bapt. there privately 28 November 
1821; of Wadham College, Oxford, matriculated 18 
June 1840, aged 18, B.A. 1844, M.A. 1847, Per- 
petual Curate and Impropriator of Marshchapel, co. 
Lincoln, 1846-70; died at Putney, co. Surrey, 24 
August, bur. at Marshchapel 31 August 1872. M.I. 
Will dated 16 September 1871, with codicil, dated 10 
May 1872, proved (Prin. Reg., 617, 72) 29 October 
1872, by Louisa Sara Floyer of 7 The Terrace, 
Putney, the relict, Rev. John Posthumous Parkinson 
of Rosendale, near Grimsby, co. Lincoln, D.C.L., 
and William Henry Smyth of Elkington Hall, Louth, 
CO. Lincoln, the Exors. 



=Louisa Sara, dau. and heiress of the 
j^Qj^bie Frederic John Shore of the East 
India Company (2nd son of John, ist 
Lord Toignmouth, Governor-General of 
India 2 October 1792), by Charlotte 
Mary his v.'ife, 2nd dau. of George Cor- 
nish of Salcombe Hill, co. Devon ; born 
at Sidmouth, co. Devon, 9 November, 
bapt. at Salcombe Regis, co. Devon, 12 
December 1830; marr. at Marychurch, 
CO. Devon, 12 April 1849. Now of 
Hermit's Hill, Burghfield, co. Berks. 



William Floyer, born 
at Marshchapel 3 
February, bapt. there 
10 February 1850; 
died at Uppingham 
School, CO. Rutland, 
22 May, bur. at 
Marshchapel 25 May 
1861. M.I. 



Edith, bapt. at Sal- 
combe Regis, 16 
April, died the same 
day, and bur. there 
18 April 1 85 1. M.I. 



Ernest Ayscoghe Floyer of Cairo, Egypt ; born= 
4 July 1852, bapt. privately the same day, bap- 
tism registered at Marshchapel; educated at 
Charterhouse School ; in the Indian Telegraph 
Service 1869, Inspector-General of Egyptian 
Telegraphs 7 January 1878, Egyptian Delegate to 
Telegraph Conference at Berlin 1885, and at Paris 
1890, F.R.A.S., Member of the "Institut Egj'p- 
tien" of Cairo. Author of "Unexplored Belu- 
chistan" 1882, "Etude sur le Nord Etbai " 
1893, and other works. 



=Mary Louisa, eldest 
dau. of Rev. William 
Richards Vv'atson of 
Saltfleetby St. Peter's, 
CO. Lincoln; born 2 
December, bapt. at 
Saltfleetby St. Peter's 
27 December 1863; 
marr. there i Septem- 
ber 1887. 



Ernest Ayscoghe Floyer, William Antony Floyer, 

born at Cairo 30 June, born at Helouan 31 De- 

bapt. there 23 July cember 1890, bapt. at 

1888. Cairo 2 February 1891. 



George Ayscoghe Floyer, born 10 'W'illiam Ayscoghe Floyer, Arthur Herewarde Floyer, 

November 1854, bapt. at Martin, co. born 25 March, bapt. at born 18 June, bapt. at 

Lincoln, 24 January 1855; died 18 Martin 4 May 1856. Martin 9 September 1857. 
March, bur. at Martin 21 March 1855. 



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Edith Louisa, Margaret Sarah, born 8 Sept., bapt. at 

born at Marsh- Marshchapel 23 Sept. 1855 ; marr. at 

chapel, CO. Lin- St. Mary's, Putney, co. Surrey, 31 Oct. 

coin, 13 Feb., 1876, Edward Hockin of Poughill, 

bapt. there 26 near Stratton, co. Cornwall, J. P. ; born 

Feb. 1854. Au- at Bude, co. Cornwall, 2 Nov. 1838; 

thor of "The died in the parish of St. Martin's-in- 

Young Huge- the-Fields, London, 29 May, bur. at 

nots " and other Poughill 5 June 1S80. His will dated 

works. 30 April 1880, proved at Bodmin 25 

June 1880, by RLargaret Sarah Hockin 

of Poughill, the relict, and Edwin 

Chamier of Stamford Hill in Poughill, 

the Exors. =?= 



Frederick Anthony=Alice Maude, 



Floyer of Mortimer, 
CO. Berks ; born 
28 August, bapt. 
at Marshchapel 5 
September 1858; 
of King's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1879, M.B. 1883, 
M.R.C.S. & L.S.A. 
1883. 



dau. of Rev. 
Thomas Ro- 
berts Jones, 
Vicar of Codi- 
cote, CO. Herts ; 
born 17 March, 
bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Hud- 
dersfield, co. 
York, 15 April 
1862 ; marr. at 
Codicote 26 
July 1883. 



Eric Randolph=j=Constance Gatehouse, dau. George Frederic Floyer, born at Martin 15 



Floyer of Horn- 
castle, CO. Lin- 
coln; born 27 
Nov. 1858, bapt. 
at Martin, co. 
Lincoln, 2 Jan. 
1859. 



of Stewart Eaton Wyllie of ]\Larch, bapt. there privately 19 March 1S62. 

Esher Lodge, St. Leonard's- 

on-Sea, co. Sussex ; born 1 o 

January 1859, and bapt. at Sydenham Ernest Floyer of Homcastle ; born 

"Birmingham; marr. at St. 21 March, bapt. at Martin 28 June 1864. 

Leonard's-on-Sea 17 January 

1884. 



Constance Muriel Augusta, born 27 Edward Wadham Floyer, Eric Martyn Floyer, born 
December 1884, bapt. at Thornton, born 18 February, bapt. at 1 2 February, bapt. at Mar- 
co. Lincoln 3 February 1885. Martin 14 April 18S6. tin 4 April 1SS7. 



117 



Mabel Frances, born 29 April, 
bapt. at Marshchapel, co. Lin- 
coln, II May 1862 ; Author of 
"Beyond the Argentine;" marr. 
at the Civil Registry, St. 
John's, Buenos Ayres, 26 Oc- 
tober 1889, Glynne Barring- 
ton Leared Williams, formerly 
of Rosario de Santa Fe, now of 
Estancia San Anselmo, La Co- 
lina, F.C.S. Argentine Repub- 
lic ; born at Belvedere, co. 
Kent, 19 July, bapt. at Erith, 
CO. Kent, 20 September i860. 



I 



George Wadham Floyer, born at 
Marshchapel 19 November, bapt. 
there 29 November 1863; Assoc. 
M. Inst. C.E., Chief Engineer of 
the construction of the Egyptian 
Government Railway from Assiout 
to Girgeh ; died unmarr. at Assi- 
out 29 August 1890, and bur. at 
Durunka, near Assiout, the next 
day. M.L at Marshchapel. Will 
dated 23 August 1886, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 926, 90) 28 October 
1890, by John Kestell Floyer of 
Wadham College, Oxford, the 
brother, the sole Exor. 



Rev. John Kestell Floyer, 
born 28 June, bapt. at 
Marshchapel 9 July 1865; 
of Wadham College, O.x- 
ford, matriculated 19 Jan- 
uary 1888, B.A. 1 8 June 

1 89 1, Curate of Downton, 
CO. Wilts, 30 September 

1892, Lie. Temp. Assis- 
tant Chaplain All Saints' 
Cairo, 22 January 1895, 
F.S.A. 1895, Minor Canon 
of Worcester Cathedral 
1895. 



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118 



Herbert of itlanartlj, co* if^onmoutf). 



Arms on record in the 
College of Arms. — Per 
pale, azure and gules, three 
lions rampant argent. 

Crest. — A Saracen wo- 
man's head affronte couped 
at the shoulders with long 
hair sable, from the ears 
double rings pendent or, 
veil azure, doubled argent, 
wreathed across the fore- 
head. 

Motto. — Asgre Ian diogel 
ei pherchen. 



John Jones of Llanarth, Tre-owen,= 
and Pen-Uwyn, co. Monmouth, and 
of Ufton, CO. Berks; born at Llan- 
arth ; died, aged 69, at Llanarth 
29 June, bur. there 5 July 1828. 
M.L 



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=Mary, his cousin, eldest dau. and co- 
heir of Richard Lee of Clytha and 
LlanfoistjCO. Monmouth, and of Great 
Delce, CO. Kent, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of John Jones of Llanarth, Tre- 
ovven, and Pen-llwyn, who were marr. 
at Llanarth i Dec. 1767 (his will 
dated 3 March 1824, codicil 19 Feb. 
1828, proved 5 Dec. 1829, 715 Liver- 
/<?o/);niarr.atLlanloist 18 Sept. 1789; 
died, aged 84, at Clifton, co. Glouces- 
ter, 4 April, bur. in the crypt of the 
Church of the Holy Apostles, Clifton, 
10 April 1855. 



O^j j/^. 



John Jones of Llan-= 
arth, Tre-owen, and 
Pen-llwyn ; born 5 Au- 
gust, and bapt. 8 
August 1790, baptism 
registered at Llanarth ; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Monmouth, Captain 
in Monmouthshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry ; 
died, aged 58, at Bute 
House, Petersham, in 
the parish of Rich- 
mond, CO. Surrey, 28 
April, bur. at Llanarth 
4 May 1848. M.L 



=Lady Harriet Plunkett, only dau. of 
Arthur James, 8th Earl of Fingall, K.P., 
by Frances his wife, dau. of John 
Donelan of Bally Donelan, co. Galway ; 
born at Killeen Castle, co. Meath ; 
marr. at St. Marylebone, co. Middle- 
sex, 1 1 September 1 8 1 7 ; died at Teign- 
mouth, CO. Devon, 22 March, bur. there 
27 March 1871. 




Philip Jones of Hill House, 
Abergavenn}', and Perthyr, co. 
Monmouth ; born at Llanarth 7 
Dec, bapt. there privately 10 
Dec. 1791 ; High Sheriff for CO. 
Monmouth 1837 ; died at Paris 
20 Oct. 1877, and was bur. 
there. Adiiion granted at the 
Principal Registry 12 Jan. 
1878, to William Herbert of 
Clytha House, co. Monmouth, 
the brother and one of the 
next of kin. 



John Arthur Edward Herbert of Llanarth, Tre-owen, and= 
Pen-llwyn; born 12 October, bapt. at Llansantffraed, co. 
Monmouth, 16 October 1818; formerly in the Diplomatic 
Service, J. P. and D.L. for co. Alonmouth, High Sheriff 1849 ; 
died 18 August, bur. at Llanarth 24 August 1895. By Royal 
Licence dated 20 September 1848, he and his issue were 
authorized to resume the name of Herbert. 



=The Hon"= Augusta Charlotte 
Elizabeth, only surviving 
child of Sir Benjamin Hall, 
I St Baron Llanover of Llan- 
over, by Augusta his wife, 
dau. and coheir of Benjamin 
Waddington of Llanover ; 
bapt. at Llanover; marr. there 
12 November 1846. 



Elizabeth, born 2 November, bapt. 

4 November 1794, baptism regis- 
tered at Llanartli; died at Bruges, 
Belgium, in 1S08. 

Florence, born 3 February, bapt. 

5 February 1796, baptism regis- 
tered at Llanarth ; died at Llan- 
arth, and bur. there 19 September 
1796. M.I. 

Marianne, born 14 June, bapt. 
16 June 1797, baptism registered 
at Llanarth ; died 13 September, 
bur. at Llanarth 
1808. M.I. 



William Jones of Clytha House,=j=! 
CO. Monmouth ; born i December, 
bapt. 3 December 1798, baptism 
registered at Llanarth ; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Monmouth, High Sheriff 1 843; 
resumed the name of Herbert in- 
stead of that of Jones in 1861; died 
18 May, bur. in the private Cemetery 
at Clytha 22 May 1885. 



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Frances, eldest dau. of 
Edward Huddleston 
of Sawston Hall, co. 
Cambridge, and Purse 
Caundle, co. Dorset,by 
Sarah(Barton)hiswife; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Marylebone, London, 
II June 1833 ; died 
I Jan., bur. in the 
private Cemetery at 
Clytha 5 Jan. 1878. 



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IS December ^^^^ -^^^^^ ^^^ Pedigree of Herbert of Clytha, co. Monmouth.) 



General Sir Arthur James Herbert, K.C.B., born 21= 
January, bapt. at Llansantffraed 25 January 1820; 
Knight of the Legion of Honour and of the Medjidie, 
formerly Lieut. -Colonel commanding as Major- 
General at Aldershot and Dublin, and Quarter- 
Master-General at the War Office, served in the 
Crimea. By Royal Licence dated 20 September 
1848, he and his issue were authorized to resume 
the name of Herbert. 



=Elizabeth, dau. of 
John Hill of Hali- 
fax, Nova Scotia ; 
born at Halifax in 
Feb. 1822; marr. 
at Southampton 25 
October 1848. She 
marr. istly in May 
1 840, Major George 
Ferguson of the 23'''' 
Fusiliers, and of 
Houghton Hall, co. 
Cumberland, bapt. 
at Stanwix, near 
Carlisle ; and by 
him had issue. 



Frances Mary, born 
24 June 1822, 
bapt. at Llanarth 
Court ; died in Paris, 
and bur. in the 
Cemetery of Mont 
Parnasse, Paris (7 
Division, No. 1084), 
20 September 1843. 



Ivor John Caradoc Herbert, born 15 July, bapt. at Llanarth= 
Court 22 July 1851 ; entered the Grenadier Guards 5 November 
1870, served in the Egyptian Campaign 1882, and in the Nile 
Expedition 1884-85, Brigade-Major of the Brigade of Guards 
1882-83, Military Attache at St. Petersburgh 1886-90, Com- 
manding the Militia of Canada (with local rank of Major-General) 
from 1890, C.B., C.M.G, a Knight of the Medjidie, Colonel in 
the Army, Major and Lieut.-Colonel Grenadier Guards, J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Monmouth. 




=The Hon'^'' Albertina Agnes 
Mary, dau. of Albert, ist Baron 
Londesborough, by Ursula 
Lucy Grace his 2nd wife, 
eldest dau. of Rear-Admiral 
the Hon'>'<= Charles Bridge- 
man ; born 22 Sept. 1854; 
marr. at St. Martin's-in-the- 
Fields, London, 31 July 1873. 



Florence Mary Ursula, born 
at 9 Great Stanhope Street, 
London, 9 February 1879, 
bapt. there privately the 
next day. 



Elydyr John Bernard Herbert, 
born at Yorktown, co. Hants, 
13 January, bapt. there 9 Feb- 
ruary 1 88 1. 



Mary, born 23 March, bapt. 27 March 
1793, baptism registered at Llanarth ; 
marr. there 25 June 1821, Simon Thomas 
Scrope of Danby Hall, co. York (eldest 
son of Simon Scrope of Danby, by Cathe- 
rine Dorothy his wife, dau. of Edward 
Meynell of Kilvington, and the Fryerage, 
Yarm, co. York); born 17 April 1790; 
died at Danby i Oct., bur. in the vault at 
Ulshaw 8 Oct. 1872. She died at Bristol 
Hot Wells 25 April bur. at Llanarth 3 May 
1830. His will dated 14 March 1870, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 206, 73) 20 March 
1873, by Simon Thomas Scrope of Danby, 
the son, and Edgar John Meynell of the 
City of Durham, the Exors. 



Edward Basil Jones, born 
14 June, bapt. 17 June 
1800, baptism registered at 
Llanarth ; died at Biarritz 
13 April 1869. Will dated 
5 April 1859, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 591, 69) 15 Septem- 
ber 1869, by Alfred Zouch 
Palmer of 35 Dorset 
Square, co. Middlesex, the 
sole Exor. 



ujUh 



Jane Mary, born 26 
September, bapt. 29 Sep- 
tember 1 80 1, baptism 
registered at Llanarth ; 
died at Clifton 12 Feb- 
ruary, bur. in the Ceme- 
tery of the Holy Souls, 
Arno's Vale, Bristol, 14 
February 1880. 

Henry Wyborne Jones, 
born 14 March, bapt. 17 
March 1S03, baptism 
registered at Llanarth ; 
died at Rome. 



Eleanora, dau. of Colonel= 
James Price Gwynne-Holford 
of Buckland, co. Brecon, 
and of Cilgwyn, co. Carmar- 
then, by Anna Maria his 
wife, only child and heiress 
of Roderick Gwynne of Buck- 
land ; born 2 December 
1832 ; inarr. at the Catholic 
Church, Warwick Street, 
London, 21 October 1865 ; 
died at Cilgwyn, co. Carmar- 
then, 10 January, bur. at 
Llansantffraed, co. Mon- 
mouth, 15 January 1876. 
ist wife. 



^Edmund Philip Herbert of Llansantffraed ;= 
born 24 January, bapt. there 28 Jan- 
uary 1823; formerly Major Monmouth- 
shire Militia, and first Chief Constable 
of CO. Monmouth 1857-94. By Royal 
Licence dated 20 September 1848, he 
and his issue were authorized to resume 
the name of Herbert. 



( f^^^TO^Ul^ cj/fe^'tv/vOtA' 



=Frances Catherine, 
dau. and co-heir of 
Robert Canning of 
Foxcote, CO. Wanvick, 
and Hartbury Court, 
CO. Gloucester, by 
Maria his 2nd wife, 
dau. and co-heir of 
Rev. Joseph Bonner 
Cheston of Longford 
House, CO. Gloucester; 
born at Gloucester 12 
Nov. 1835 ; marr. at 
the Catholic Church, 
Spanish Place, Lon- 
don, 21 July 1880. 
2nd wife. 



Edmund Arthur Herbert, born at 
Llansantffraed 5 August, bapt. at 
Llanarth private Chapel 7 August 
1866; Captain 6th Inniskilling 
Dragoons, A.D.C. to the Governor 
of Straits Settlements. 



John Herbert, born at Llansantffraed 
21 October, bapt. at Llanarth 
private Chapel 23 October 1868; 
died at Oystermouth, co. Glamorgan, 
13 October, bur. at Llansantffraed 
18 October 1875. 



Arthur James Herbert, born 22 August 1855, bapt. at Llanarth Court=Helen Louise, dau. and 
24 August 185s; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 23 January coheir of William Gam- 
1874, aged 18, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1882, 2nd Secretary in the British 
Diplomatic Service consecutively at St. Petersburgh, Persia, Buenos 
Ayres, and at Brussels, Deputy Lieutenant for co. Monmouth. 




mell of Rhode Island, 
Newport, U.S.A. ; marr.at 
the Catholic Cathedral, 
Rhode Island, 14 De- 
cember 1892. 



Appolonia, born 
29 Sept. 1804, 
and bapt. the 
next day, bap- 
tism registered at 
Llanarth ; marr. 
there 5 Feb. 1834, 
Francis Elexis 
Rio of Brittany. 
She died at Biar- 
ritz, and was bur. 
there 12 Sept. 
1890. 



Richard Jones, born 18= 
August, bapt. 22 August 
1806, baptism registered 
at Llanarth; Captain and 
Hon. Colonel Royal 
Monmouthshire Militia 
and Hanoverian Hus- 
sars; died s.p. at Stud- 
leigh, CO. Worcester 16 
April, bur. at Clytha 19 
April 1884. 



=Mary, dau. of George Lawrence 
of Tre-vella, co. Monmouth, 
formerly of Moreton Court, co. 
Hereford ; marr. at Newied, 
Germany, 9 June 1866. She 
marr. istly at Moreton Parish 
Church, 8 Sept. 1857, Nicholas 
Llanwarne of the Vineyard, co. 
Hereford, who died 10 Dec. 
1864. She died at Pau (Basses 
Pyrenees) 22 April 1882. 




Thomas Jones, 
born 17 April 
1S08, and bapt. 
the same day at 
Llanarth ; died 3 
August, bur. at 
Llanarth 7 Au- 
gust 1828. M.L 



Mary Louisa, born 22 May, bapt. at Llansantffraed, co. Mon- 
mouth, 25 April 1824; by Royal Licence dated 20 September 
1848, she was authorized to take the name of Herbert instead 
of that of Jones; marr. at Llanarth 10 September 1858, John 
Hillyer Tozer of Teignmouth, co. Devon. She died 20 October, 
bur. at Teignmouth 26 October 1887. 



Herbert Gerald Jones, born 
at Llansantffraed, 2 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. there 1 1 February 
1826; died at Boulogne-sur- 
Mer, France, 16 July, bur. at 
Llanarth 22 July 1852. 



Edward Bleiddian 
Herbert, born 23 
January, bapt. at 
Llanarth Court i 
February 1858; 
Major 1 7th Lancers. 



Stephen Silurian Charles Her- 
bert, born 18 Dec, bapt. at 
Llanarth Court 24 Dec. 1864; 
died at Llanover 6 April, bur. 
there 9 April 1S69. 

Henrietta Mary Arienwen, born 
26 July 1848, bapt. at Llanarth 
Court the next day. 



Florence Catherine Mary, born at Llan- 
santffraed 17 April, bapt. there 22 April 
1850; marr. at Llanarth 13 October 
1874, Joseph Monteith of Carstairs, co. 
Lanark (son of Robert Monteith of 
Carstairs, by Wilhelmina Anne his wife, 
dau. of Joseph Mellish of Blythe, co. 
Nottingham); born 29 March 1852. 



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Herbert of Clj)t})a, to* JWlonmoutf). 



William Herbert of Clytha, co. Monmouth (son of John Jones= 
of Llanarth, Tre-owen, and Pen-llwyn, co. Monmouth, by Mary 
his wife, eldest dau. and co-heir of Richard Lee of Clytha and 
Llanfoist, co. Monmouth); born i December 1798, baptism 
registered at Llanarth; J. P. and D.L. for co. Monmouth, 
High Sheriff 1S43; resumed the name of Herbert instead of 
that of Jones 1862; died 20 May, bur. in the private cemetery 
at Clytha 22 May 1S85. 



=Frances, 2nd dau. of Edward 
Huddleston of Sawston Hall, 
CO. Cambridge, and Purse 
Caundle, co. Dorset, by Sarah 
(Barton) his wife ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, in the parish of 
Marylebone, London, 1 1 
June 1833; died i January, 
bur. in the private cemetery 
at Clytha 5 January 1878. 



Charlotte Josephine, eldest dau.= 
of Thomas Wilham Giffard of 
Chillington, co. Stafford, Lieut.- 
Colonel Staffordshire Militia, by 
Charlotte his wife, dau. of Laintol 
Earls ; marr. at the Church of 
the Assumption, Warwick Street, 
London, 23 June 1866; died 6 
March, bur. at Clytha 10 March 
1 88 1, ist wife. 



=William Reginald Joseph= 
Fitzherbert Herbert of 
Clytha; born there 16 
February 1841, and bapt. 
at Llanarth the ne.xt day ; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Monmouth, Master of the 
Foxhounds for that county 
since 1886. 



Constance Laura, only dau. of 
Henry van Notten-Pole of 
Watermoor House, Cirencester, 
CO. Gloucester, by Eliza Anne 
his wife, dau. of Rev. Watson 
William Dickens, Rector of 
Adisham, co. Kent ; marr. at 
the Servite Catholic Church, 
Fulham Road, London, 29 July 
18S2. 2nd wife. 



Gwendoline, born at 69 
Champs Elysees, Paris, 6 
March 1867. 



Gwiadys, born at Green 
Street, Park Lane, London, 
13 May 1S83. 



Francis Joseph= 
Alphonse Herbert 
of Ty-Gwyn, near 
Raglan, co. Mon.; 
born at Rutland 
Gate, Knights- 
bridge, London, 6 
Feb. 1S45; J-P. 
and D.L. for co. 
Mon., late Captain 
9th Lancers, and 
Captain and Hon. 
Major Royal Glou- 
cestershire Yeo- 
manry Hussars. 



=La Baronne Josephine Lucy Frances Marie, 
Cecilie d'Ane- born in Paris, and bapt. there ; 
than, dau. of marr. at the Church of the 
Baron d'Ane- Assumption, Warwick Street, 
than of Brus- London, 22 July 1873, Morgan 
sels ; marr. at Stuart Williams of Aberpergwm, 
the Private co. Glamorgan (son of William 
Chapel of the Williams of Aberpergwm, by 
Papal Nuncio, l^Litilda his wife, only dau. and 
Brussels, 29 heir of Colonel Smith of Cas- 
Nov. 1879. tella, co. Glamorgan, and of 

Peterhouse, co. Cambridge); 

born 25 January 1845; J. P. 

for counties of Brecknock and 

Glamorgan. 



Marie Louise, born in 
Paris, and bapt. there ; 
marr. at Llanarth 8 Feb. 
1864, Capt. John Walter 
Smytheof The Hill Grove, 
Clytha (4th son of Sir 
Edward Joseph Smythe, 
6th Bart., of Acton Bur- 
nell, by Frances his wife, 
dau. of Sir Edward Bel- 
lew, Bart., of Barmeath, 
CO. Louth, and sister of 
Patrick, ist Baron Bellew); 
born 7 Nov. 1827; J. P. 
for CO. Monmouth. 



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125 



paxfe0 of Sanston ^errmg, to. Borset. 



Martha, 2ncl dau.= 
ot'GeorgeStuckey 
of Langport, co. 
Somerset ; marr. 
1 1 September 
1754; died 22 
November 1757. 
I St wife. 



Jsaac Sparks of Fordington, afterwards of Langton= 
Herring, co. Dorset (son of William Sparks and Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Isaac Bonnet of Fordington); born 29 
August 1727; died, aged 61, 17 January, bur. at For- 
dington 21 January 1788. M.I. A Memorial Ring; 
with the inscription: " isaac SPARKS OB: 17 JAN: 1788, 
X. 60," is in the possession of Isaac Sparks of Denmark 
Hill^ London {his ,s;randson), and another is presented 
in the collection of Alemorial Rings belonging to Frederick 
Arthur Crisp. 



=Miriam, dau. of 
Joseph Mannel of 
Bloxworth, CO. Dor- 
set ; born 4 Dec, 
bapt. at Bloxford 26 

•Cec. 1737 ; marr. 
19 Dec. 1758; died, 
aged 74, 28 April, 
bur. at Fordington 
2 May 181 1. M.I. 
2nd wife. 



Elizabeth, born William Sparks of Langton Her- 

in Nov. 1755; ring; born 2 Dec. 1759; died 

died, aged 5 s.p., aged 6g, 3 March, bur. at 

years, 7 Nov., Langton Herring 10 March 1S29. 
bur. at Fording- — 

ton 21 Nov. Isaac Sparks, born 15 Dec. 1760, 

1760. and died 21 May 1763. 

Sarah, born in Joseph Sparks of Crewkerne; born 



June 1 7 57; died, 
aged 32, 8 Nov., 
bur. at Fording- 
ton 12 Nov. 
1789. 



19 March 1762; died at Crewkerne 
18 July, bur. there 23 July 1838. 

Lucy, born 4 Aug. 1763, and 
died 15 Oct. in the same year. 



Isaac Sparks of Fording-^ 
ton ; born 17 Feb. 1766; 
died at Ilminster, co. 
Somerset, 26 April, and 
bur. at Crewkerne, co. 
Somerset, 3 May 1841. 
Will dated 29 May 1837, 
with a codicil dated 22 
April 1 84 1, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 588, 41) 7 Aug. 
1 84 1 , by Loveday Lawry 
Sparks, the relict, and 
William Sparks, the son, 
the Exors. 



= Loveday Lawry, 
dau. of John 
Cox of Crew- 
kerne ; born 8 
January 1780; 
marr. at Crew- 
kerne 1 1 Feb- 
ruary 1 806; died 
at Crewkerne 2 
September, bur. 
there 8 Sep- 
tember 1865. 



William Sparks, bapt. at Crew- 
kerne 28 October 1808, and 
bur. there 10 March 1809. 

Loveday, born 9 Nov. 1806, 
bapt. at Crewkerne 2 Jan. 1807; 
marr. there 2 Jan. 1829, Rev. 
Peter Cramer Blencowe (son of 
Samuel Blencowe of Marston St. 
Lawrence, co. Northampton) ; 
bapt. at Marston St. Lawrence 
22 Oct. 1794 ; of Wadham Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated i July 
18 1 2, aged 17, B.A. 181 6 ; bur. 
at Putley, co. Hereford, 1 7 May 
1865. She died 8 Oct., bur. 
at Putley 14 Oct. 1848. 



William Sparks of Langton Herring ;= 
born at Crewkerne 3 April, bapt. there 
5 July 1810; Captain (Hon. Major 
1881) 2nd Somerset Volunteers 1876- 
81, D.L. and J. P. for co. Somerset, 
J. P. for CO. Dorset. He marr. 2ndly 
at St. Matthew's, Denmark Hill, co. 
Surrey, 27 February 1862, Martha, 
dau. of Thomas Richardson, who 
died at Crewkerne 6 May, and was 
bur. in the cemetery there 9 May 
1885. He marr. 3rdly at Duns- 
ford, CO. Devon, 7 June 1887, Mary 
Ann, dau. of Rev. Frederick Jo.seph 
Cox Trenow, Rector of Langton 
Herring. 



=Lydia Ellen, dau. of 
Edward Isaac of Wal- 
lington Lodge, Fare- 
ham, CO. Hants, and 
of the Stock Ex- 
change, London ; born 
at Heme Hill, co. 
Surrey, 28 July, bapt. 
at Lambeth Parish 
Church, CO. Surrey, 
8 Sept. 1820; marr. at 
St. Stephen's, near St. 
Albans, co. Herts, 27 
Aug. 1840; died, aged 
24, 28 Dec. 1844, Ij'J''- 
at Crewkerne 3 Jan. 
1845. ist wife. 

c 



William Blencowe Sparks of Misterton Lodge, near=j=Lucy, dau. of Samuel Sparks of Lang- 



Crewkerne ; born at Crewkerne 30 October 1841, bapt. 
there 2 January 1842; of Exeter College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 29 May i860, aged 18, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1869; died 
at Crewkerne 30 September, bur. at Misterton 4 Oct. 1893. 



port byjane Arundell Male his wife ; 
born at Huish Episcopi 18 March 
1843; marr. at Alisterton 24 April 
1873- 



Ethel Ellen, born at Crewkerne 29 Edward Arundell Sparks, born 

September, bapt. at the Parish Church at Misterton 31 October 1886, 

there 11 November 1874. and bapt. there. 

126 



Rebecca, born 4 May, Rebecca, born 5 September 1770, and died 14 John Sparks, born 28 

and died 3 November September 1773. February, and died 14 

ijgy. — December 1774. 

— Martha, born 2 1 September 1772; marr. at Chard, — 

Lucy, born 11 May co. Somerset, 11 August 1796, James Hill of John Sparks, born 13 

1769, and died un- Chard, born in April 1773, and died 31 August May 1775, and died 

marr. in July 1822. 1810. She died 11 October 1828. 23 February 1776. 



I 



Mary, born at 
Crewkerne, co. 
Somerset, 16 
May, bapt. 
there 22 Aug. 
181 1 ; diedun- 
marr. 16 Nov., 
bur. at Crew- 
kerne 22 Nov. 
1866. 



Isaac Sparks of Den-= 
mark Hill, co. Surrey ; 
born 5 March, bapt. 
at Crewkerne 8 July 
1813. 



'Sarah Louisa, dau. of Edward Isaac of Wallington 
Lodge, Fareham, co. Hants, and of the Stock Ex- 
change, London ; born at Heme Hill, co. Surrey, 2 
March, bapt. at Lambeth Parish Church, co. Surrey, 
II June 1822 ; marr. at Fareham 19 March 1861. 



Arthur Edward Sparks, only child, born at St. 
Pancras, London, 2 January, bapt. at St. Giles'- 
in-the-Fields, London, 26 February 1862. 



Edward Isaac Sparks, born at Crewkerne 25 September, bapt. there 23= 
October 1843; of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, matriculated 21 
October 1862, aged 19, B.A. 1866, B. Med. and M.A. 1870; died at 
Misterton, co. Somerset, 11 October, bur. in Crewkerne Cemetery 15 
October 1S80. Will proved at Taunton 22 December 1880, by Sarah 
Emily Sparks, the relict, and William Blencowe Sparks, the brother, 
both of Crewkerne, co. Somerset, the Exors. 



=Sarah Emily Parrton of 
Dorchester, co. Dorset ; 
born 25 Sept. 1843 ; 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Dorchester, 24 Aug. 
1849 ; marr. at Dorches- 
ter 2 Sept. 1875. 



127 



Rebecca, marr. John Jacob 
of Dorchester, co. Dorset. 

EHzabeth, born 21 July 1778, 
iand died 23 June 1 780. 



Miriam, born 28 March 1782; marr. 
at Chard, co. Somerset, Robert Sten- 
bridge of Chard ; born 6 October 1781, 
and died 27 March 1830. 



I 



Lucy, born at Crewkerne 28 July, bapt. 
there 11 October 18 14; marr. there 5 
August 1845, R'^'^- John Miles Co.x 
(son of Rev. John Cox of Stockland, co. 
Devon); of Worcester College, Oxford, 
matriculated 22 October 1835, aged 19, 
B.A. 1839, M.A. 1844, Vicar of Stock- 
land 1869; died at Stockland i May, 
bur. there 7 May 1894. 



John Spark: 
ofCrewkerne, 
CO. Somer- 
set ; born 27 
Dec. 1816; 
bapt. at Crew- 
kerne 5 Mar. 
1817. 



t/& 



ST 




=Mary, dau. of Sir Alexander Ramsey, 
Bart., of Balmain, co. Kilcardine, by 
his ist wife Jane, dau. of Sir Francis 
Russell of Blackball, co. Kincardine; 
marr. at St. John's, Edinburgh, 25 Feb. 
1845 ; died 5 Jan., bur. at Crewkerne 
9 Jan. 1890. She marr. istly at Bou- 
logne, Rev. Bruges Lambert of Mister- 
ton, CO. Somerset (4th son of Robert 
Lambert of Dorchester); of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 15 Jan. 
1 82 1, aged 1 8, B.A. from St. John's 
College, Cambridge, 1825, M.A. 1829, 
Vicar of Fretwell, co. Northampton, 
1833, until his death 28 May 1843. 



Alexander Bannerman Sparks, born at Frances Jane, born Francis John Sparks of Ax- 

Crewkerne 8 January, bapt. there 15 14 January, bapt. at minster, co. Devon; born at 

March 1 846 ; died unmarr. in London Crewkerne 1 3 Feb- Crewkerne 3 1 May, bapt. 

28 April, bur. at Crewkerne 2 May 1873. ruary 1847. there 8 June 1851. 



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128 



Cooiison of Eeebs. 



Arms. — Per pale, argent antl gules, two legs armed and coupcd at the thigh, countcrchanged. 
Cresl. — A horse's head erased and bridled proper. 
Mot/0. — Nos non nobis. 



John Cookson, 5th son of Thomas Cookson of Leeds, by 
his wife, dau. of William Dawson of Langcliffe Hall, Settle, co. 
York; born at Leeds 19 February, bapt. at St. Peter's there 18 
March 1756 ; Alderman of Leeds 1789 ; died, aged 53, 9 January, 
bur. at St. Peter's, Leeds, 16 January 1809. Will dated 27 Jan- 
uary 1808, with codicil dated 29 January 1808, proved (P.C.C., 
531 LoveJar) 4 July iSog, by Joseph Fawcett, John Goodman, 
Christopher Smith, and Thomas Overend Upton, the E.xors. 



Margaret=i=Sarah, 4th dau. of William 
Power of Clapham, co. Sur- 
rey, by Susanna (Shed) his 
wife; born 28 July 1765, 
bapt. at St. Olave's, Hart 
Street, London, 21 August 
1766; marr. at Clapham 
Parish Church 16 February 
1789. She marr. 2ndly, 6 
September 1809, Robert 
Culverwell of London. She 
died in London 17 January 
1846. 

A 



Sarah, born at Leeds 5 April, bapt. 
at St. Peter's there 3 May 1790; 
died at Leeds 9 March 1808. 

William Power Cookson, born at 
Leeds 13 April, bapt. at St. Peter's 
there 28 June 1791 ; bur. at the 
Parish Church, Leeds, 28 April 
1809. 

John Cookson, born at Leeds 14 
June, bapt. at St. Peter's there 28 
November 1792 ; died unmarr. at 
Netting Hill, London, 26 March 
1869. Will dated 17 February 
1863, proved (Prin. Reg., 324, 69) 
by Sophia Henderson of 5 Port- 
land Street, Netting Hill, the sister 
and sole Executrix. 



Thomas Henry Cookson, born at= 
Leeds i Dec. 1793, bapt. at St. Peter's 
there 23 Jan. 1794; died at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, I July 1851, and was bur. 
there. Admon granted in the Princi- 
pal Registry i July 1880, to Henry 
Cookson of 40 Montpelier Road, 
Brighton, Surgeon-Major in Her 
Majesty's Indian Army, the son, one 
of the residuary legatees. 




Seal used by Thomas Henry Cookson. 



=Mary Ann, dau. of 
John and Mary Robin- 
son, born 16 Septem- 
ber 1803; marr. at 
Bramham, co. York, 
27 May 1826; died 
at Brighton 24 Sep- 
tember, bur. in the 
cemetery there 27 Sep- 
tember 1878. AdiSon 
granted at Lewes 18 
October 1878, to Mary 
Anne Cookson of 11 
Powis Villas, Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, the dau. 
and one of the next of 
kin. 



Caroline, born at 
Boston Spa, co. 
York, in 1828; 
died at Stamford, 
CO. Lincoln, in 
1850, and bur. at 
St. Mary's there. 

Mary Anne, born 
at Boston Spa 13 
Feb. 1830, and 
bapt. there. 



Henry Cookson of Cote^ 
field, Leighton Buzzard, 
CO. Bedford; born at 
Boston Spa 10 Feb- 
ruary 1833, and bapt. 
there ; Surgeon-Major in 
Her Majesty's Indian 
Army. 



=Alice Mary, dau. of Rev. 
Henry Anstey of University 
College, Oxford, M.A., Rec- 
tor of Slapton, CO. Bucks ; 
born at Oxford 18 July, bapt. 
at St. Giles' there 9 Oct. 1 856; 
marr. at Slapton 8 July 1885. 




Charles Robinson 
Cookson, born at 
Boston Spa i De- 
cember 1839, and 
bapt. there. 

Sophia, born at Bos- 
ton Spa 27 Feb- 
ruary 1842 ; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Brigh- 
ton, IS July 1854, 
Samuel Skevington 
of Brie;hton. 



Henry Anstey Cookson, born 
I July, bapt. at St. Anne's, 
Eastbourne, 2 August 1886. 



John Power Hicks Cookson, born 
at Chicklade, CO. Wilts, 5 February, 
bapt. at Hindon 10 May 1888. 



129 



Rev. Charles Turner= 
Cookson, born at 
Leeds 31 July, bapt. 
at St. Peter's there 4 
November 1795; of 
St. John's College, 
Cambridge, B.A.I 834, 
Minor Canon of Peter- 
borough Cathedral, 
Vicar of Maxey, co. 
Northampton, 1850- 
81 ; died 16 April, 
bur. at Ma.xey 19 
April 1 88 1. 



=Sarah, eldest dau. of 
Rev. William Nesfield, 
Rector of Brancepeth, 
CO. Durham, by his ist 
wife, Ehzabeth (An- 
drews) ; born at St. 
Oswald's, Durham, i 
June, bapt. there 27 No- 
vember 1 800 ; marr. at 
Brancepeth 10 October 
1 821; died at Hitchin, 
CO. Herts, 29 January, 
bur. at Maxey 3 1 January 
1872. 



Sophia, born at Leeds i June 1797, bapt. at 
St. Peter's there 29 January 1798; marr. 6 
June 1 8 18, John Peter Henderson of London ; 
died in London 17 February 1876. 



Eliza, born at Leeds 17 March 1800, bapt. at 
St. Peter's there 12 January 1801 ; marr. in 
London 16 April 1821, Richard Clewen 
Griffith, Surgeon, of Tavistock Street, Bed- 
ford Square, London ; died in London 1 6 
November 1839. 



Charles Cookson, born at 
Leeds 12 Nov., bapt. pri- 
vately 3 Dec. 1824, baptism 
registered at St. John's, 
Leeds ; died, aged i year, 
at Leeds, bur. at St. Peter's 
there 23 Nov. 1825. 

Charles Nesfield Cookson, 
born at Leeds 9 May, bapt. 
at St. John's there 26 Aug. 
1826; died, aged 11, at 
Peterborough 2 1 Feb., bur. 
in Peterborough Cathedral 
24 Feb. 1838. 

Frances Elizabeth, born i 
Jan., bapt. at St. John's, 
Leeds, 26 Feb. 1828 ; marr. 
at St. George-the-Martyr, 
Queen Square, Blooms- 
bury, London, 10 Sept. 
1856, John Larrat of Maxey. 



Bryan Edward= 
Cookson of York; 
born at Peter- 
borough 23 Dec. 
1829, bapt. at 
Peterborough Ca- 
thedral 16 Oct. 
1832. 



Bryan Cookson, 
born at York 24 
December 1875. 

Norah Emily, 
born at York 13 
September 1877. 



=Ellen Jane (Fos- 
ter), marr. at 
York 14 January 
1875- 



Mary Constance, 
born at York 6 
May 1879. 

Minta, born at 
York 10 January 



Robert Cookson (twin with 
Maria), born at Peterborough 
14 Jan. 1833, and bapt. pri- 
vately the same day, baptism 
registered at Peterborough 
Cathedral. 

Maria (twin with Robert),born 
at Peterborough 14 Jan. 1833, 
and bapt. privately the same 
day, baptism registered at 
Peterborough Cathedral ; 
marr. at Maxey 30 Oct. 1861, 
Francis Edward Harvey of St. 
Petersburgh (son of Thomas 
Harvey of St. Petersburgh, by 
his I St wife Harriet, dau. of 
Edward Moberly, and sister of 
Dr. George Moberly, Bishop of 
Salisbury); born 28 July 1828; 
died at Hayward Lodge, 
Childe Okeford, co. Dorset, 
7 Dec, bur. there 14 Dec. 
1877- =r 

A 
(See Harvey Pedigree, Vol. /., 
page 7.) 



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Harriet, bom at Leeds 25 
August, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
there 26 August 1802 ; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Wisbech, co. 
Cambridge, 26 April 1832, 
John Hicks of Charlotte 
Street, Fitzroy Square, Lon- 
don (son of John Hicks of 
Upper Charlotte Street, Lon- 
don, by Susannah his wife, 
dau. of William Power of 
Clapham,co. Surrey); born 10 
January, bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
Holborn, London, 6 Feb- 
ruary 1 79S ; of Lincoln's Inn, 
Barrister-at-Law ; died i Oc- 
tober, bur. in Highgate Ceme- 
ter)', London, 5 October 1859. 
She died in London 4 No- 
vember, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery 10 November 1875. 
T 

A 



Rev. Edward Cookson, born at= 
Leeds 21 October 1802, bapt. at St. 
Peter's there 7 January 1 803 ; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1825, M.A. 1828, Vicar of Quarry 
Hill, Leeds (one of the 10 churches 
under Sir Robert Peel's Act), 1832- 
44, Voluntary Chaplain at Leeds 
Infirmary, Perpetual Curate of Holy 
Trinity, Leeds, 1855-62 ; died at 
Ticehurst, co. Sussex, 28 January, 
bur. there i February 1862. Ad- 
nion (with will dated i March 
1849) granted at Wakefield 11 
March 1862, to Eliza Cookson of 
Leeds, the relict, and Rev. Edward 
Cookson of Leeds, the son, the 
residuary legatees. 



^Elizabeth, 5 th dau. of 
Thomas Chorley of Leeds, 
Surgeon, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Hill of 
Leeds; born at Leeds 14 
Dec. 1806, bapt. at St. 
Peter's there 3 June 1807 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Leeds,, 
10 July 1832 ; died at Tor- 
quay, CO. Devon, 12 July, 
bur. in the cemetery there 
i6 July 1881. Will dated 
27 Sept. 1878. proved at 
E.xeter 25 August 1881, by 
Eliza Chorley Cookson, of 
Torquay, the dau., the sole 
Executrix. 




^J-^^^^^^^^^^'-T^I 



Rev. Edward Cookson of Ipswich, co.=i=Ellen, 4th dau. of Rev. Frederick Cookson by Elizabeth 

his wife, dau. of Rev. William Nesfield ; born at Great 
Easton, co. Leicester, 17 September 1841, bapt. at, 
Wilby, CO. Norfolk, 2 August 1847; marr. at Stow 
Upland, CO. Suffolk, 6 September 1864. 



Suffolk ; born at Leeds 9 ^lay, bapt. 
at St. Peter's there 5 July 1833; 
of Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1854, M.A. 1857. 



Frederick William 
Cookson of Bangkok, 
Siam ; born at Eding- 
thorpe, CO. Norfolk, 
21 June, bapt. there 
23 July 1865. 



Alice Mary, born at Edingthorpe 25 July, 
bapt. there 14 Aug. 1866 ; marr. at St. Mary- 
le-Tower, Ipswich, 2 Sept. 1890, Rev. Charies 
Edward Roe (son of Robert Roe) ; born at 
Cambridge 14 Jan. 1862 ; of St. Edmund 
Hall, Oxford, matriculated 22 Oct. 1887, 
aged 25, B.A. 1891, M.A. 1894. 



Edward Percival Cookson, 
born at Ipswich 15 May 
1874, and bapt. at Stow- 
market, co. Suffolk ; died at 
Ipswich II April 1879, 
and bur. at Burstall, co. 
Suffolk. 



Agnes Anne, born at Peterborough 27 
July, bapt. at Peterborough Cathedral 
3 Dec. 1834; marr. at Maxey 19 April 
1864, Edmund Harvey of St. Peters- 
burgh (eldest son of Thomas Harvey 
of St. Petersburgh, by his ist wife 
Harriet, 2nd dau. of Edward Moberly, 
and sister of Dr. George Moberley, 
Bishop of Salisbury) ; born at St. 
Petersburgh 16 Nov. 1821. 

(See Harvey Pedigree, Vol. I., page y.) 

William Hustler Cookson, born at 
Peterborough 14 Oct. 1836, bapt. at 
Peterborough Cathedral 20 Feb. 1837 ; 
died at Maxey 14 May, bur. there 16 
May 185 1. 



Christopher Cookson 
(twin with Sarah), 
born at Peterborough 
2 September, bapt. 
at Peterborough Ca- 
thedral 18 September 
1838. By his wife 
Sarah (n^e Widdon) 
he has issue=j= 



Sarah (twin with Christopher), 
born at Peterborough 2 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Peterborough 
Cathedral 18 September 1838; 
marr. John Dunn, who died at 
Shanghai, and was bur. at 
I\Iaxey. 

Araminta Erskine, born at 
Peterborough, and bapt. there 
6 March 1841. 



Agnes Ann, born Emma ALiria, born 7 March 

in August 1868. 187 1. 

Frances Lily, born Christopher Samuel Cookson, 

22 July 1869. born 23 May 1874. 



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Charlotte Pugh, bom at 
Leeds 20 February, 
bapt. at St. Peter's there 
23 February 1804; 
marr. 5 November 
1824, WiUiam Dawson 
Cookson, eldest son of 
Thomas Cookson of 
Leeds, by his 2nd wife, 
Philadelphia, dau. of 
Captain Robert Mc 
Murdo. She died 25 
April 1848. 



Rev. Frederick Cookson, born at= 
Leeds 14 March 1808, bapt. at 
St. Peter's there 18 Jan. 1809; of 
Corpus Christi College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1 83 1, Curate in 
Charge of Wilby, co. Norfolk ; 
died, aged 64, at Stow Upland, co. 
Suffolk, 20 July, bur. at Castle 
Hill, CO. Stafford, 24 July 1872. 
Will dated 2 Sept. 1S68, proved 
at Bury St. Edmunds 18 Septem- 
ber 1872, by Elizabeth Cookson 
of Stow Upland, the relict, the 
sole Executrix for Great Britain 
and Ireland. 



'Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Rev. 
William Nesfield, Rector of 
Brancepeth, co. Durham, by his 
I St wife, Elizabeth (Andrews); 
born at St. Oswald's, Durham, 27 
Feb., bapt. there 13 June 1808; 
marr. at Brancepeth 24 May 1832 ; 
died at Nuneaton, co. Warwick, 27 
June, bur. at Castle Hill i July 
1S80. Will dated 29 Nov. 1S77, 
proved at Birmingham 19 July 
1S80, by Elizabeth Nesfield Cook- 
son and Albert Nesfield Cookson, 
both of Nuneaton, co. Warwick, 
the children, the Exors. 

E 



Elizabeth Nesfield 
of Handsworth, 
Birmingham ; born 
at Kirk Ella, co. 
York, 1 7 June, 
bapt. there 18 June 
1832. 



Frederick Nesfield Cookson of Johan- 
nisberg, South Africa ; born at Great 
Easton, co. Leicester, 10 November, 
bapt. there 27 November 1834; 
marr. 5 February 1890, Elizabeth, dau. 
of Thomas Evans of Heullam, South 
Wales. 



Mary Anne, born at Kirk Ella 10 
Nov. 1836; marr. Joseph Harvey 
of Bromley-by-Bow, co. Middle- 
sex. She died 26 March, bur. at 
Handsworth Cemetery 30 March 
1889. 



ThomasChorleyCook-= 
son, born at Leeds 
15 May, bapt. at St. 
Peter's there 26 June 
1834; of Caius Col- 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 
1855, M.A. 1856, 
formerly Master of 
Market Harborough 
and Thetford Gram- 
mar Schools : died in 
London 2 1 December, 
bur. in Brompton 
Cemetery, London, 24 
December 1883. 



=Emily, eldest dau. of 
George Nelson of 
Great Limber, co. 
Lincoln ; bapt. at 
Great Limber 13 
August 1840; marr. 
there 21 June 1866; 
died at 3 Priory 
Road, Kew, co. 
Middlesex, 23 No- 
vember, bur. in 
Brompton Ceme- 
tery 27 November 
1889. 



Francis Henry Cookson, born at Leeds 2 August 
1835, died at Leeds, aged 3 weeks, 21 August, and 
was bur. at St. Peter's there 24 August in the same 
year. 



Eliza Chorley, born at Leeds 13 August, bapt. at 
St. Peter's there 10 November 1836; died at 
Torquay, co. Devon, 28 April, bur. in the 
cemetery there 3 May 1892. Will dated 10 
February 1890, proved at Exeter 31 May 1892, by 
Charles Waymoulh, late Captain in Her Majesty's 
Lancers, the E.\or. 



Herbert Chorley Cookson, born at Ruge- 
ley, CO. Stafford, 29 June, bapt. at the 
Parish Church there 20 August 1867 ; 
died at Torquay 8 July, bur. in the 
cemetery there 11 July 1868. 



Alfred Chorley Cookson of 
Brockley, co. Kent ; born at 
Rugeley 21 November 1868, 
and was bapt. there ; Assoc. 
M. Inst. C.E. 



I 
Eleanor Frances, 
born at Rugeley 29 
November 1869, 
bapt. there 1 1 
January 1870. 



Maria, dau. of Edward Lloyd= 
of Stafford ; born 1 6 May, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Stafford, 
23 June 1842; marr. there 
16 October 1866; died s.p. 
at Stafford 9 June 1S68, and 
bur. at Castlechurch, Stafford. 
I St wife. 




=Samuel Cookson,= 
M.D., of Stafford; 
born at Great Eas- 
ton, CO. Leices- 
ter, I May, bapt. 
there 23 May 
1837- 



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=Jane, dau. of Dr. Henry Day 
of Stafford; born 16 Dec. 
1835 ; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Stafford, 6 Sept. 1870. She 
marr. istly at St. Mary's, 
Stafford, 9 March 1858, John 
Gibson of Milton Abbas, co. 
Dorset. 2nd wife. 



Ann Sophia 
Nesfield of Ips- 
wich ; born at 
Great Easton 
29 Sept., bapt. 
there 20 Oct. 
1838. 



Frederick Nesfield Cookson, 
born at Stafford 5 June, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, Forbridge, co. 
Stafford, 9 July 187 1. 



Samuel Cecil Cookson, born 
at Stafford 22 November, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, Forbridge, 
25 December 1872. 



Ethel Maud, born at Stafford 8 
March, bapt. at St. Paul's, For- 
bridge, 20 April 1874. 

Ida Mildred, born at Stafford 3 
September, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Forbridge, 29 September 1875. 

Dorothy Hilda, born at Stafford, 
19 April, bapt. at St. Paul's, For- 
bridge, 20 May 1877. 



Claude Edward Cookson, 
born at Stafford 18 January, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, Forbridge, 
16 February 1879. 



Edmund Geoffrey Cookson, 
born at Stafford 5 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Forbridge, 17 October 1880. 



Constance Hilda, born at 
Rotherham, co. York, 28 
May, bapt. at the Parish 
Churchthere2ijunei87i. 

Emily Blanche, born at 
Northampton 23 August 
1872. 



Muriel Chorley, born at Market 
Harborough, co. Leicester, 23 
January 1874. 

Reginald Thomas Chorley Cook- 
son, born at Market Harborough i 
March, bapt. there 3 June 1875 ; 
of Queen's College, Cambridge. 



Archibald Ambrose Cookson, 
born at Market Harborough 27 
Dec. 1877 ; died at St. John the 
Baptist's Hospital, Mache, Rio 
de Janeiro, 21 March 1894. 

Cicely Mary, born at Market 
ILirborough 28 Feb. 187S. 



133 



Albert Nesfield= 
Cookson of 
Nuneaton, co. 
Warwick, Sur- 
geon ; born at 
Great Easton, 
CO. Leicester, 19 
January, bapt. 
there 10 Feb- 
ruary 1S40. 



=FrancesJane,dau.of 
William and Char- 
lotte Harriet Anne 
Soffe of The Bank, 
Market Place, Rom- 
sey, CO. Hants; born 
28 Sept., bapt. at 
Ronisey 9 Dec. 
1842 ; marr. at Ear- 
sham, CO. Norfolk, 
6 Aug. 1873. 



Montague Nesfield Cookson, 
born at Nuneaton 27 May, 
bapt. at the Parish Church 
there 13 July 1879. 



Ellen, born at Great 
Easton 17 Sept. 1S41, 
and bapt. there ; 
marr. at Stow Up- 
land, CO. Suffolk, 6 
Sept. 1864, Edward 
Cookson of Ipswich 
(eldest son of the late 
Rev. Edward Cookson 
of Leeds, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Chorley of 
Leeds) ; born at Leeds 
9 May, bapt. at St. 
Peter's there 5 July 
1833; of Caius Coll., 
Cambridge, B.A.I 854. 



Octavius A1-=T=^ 
fred Cookson 
of Leaming- 
ton, CO. War- 
wick ; born at 
Great Easton 
8 February, 
bapt. there 5 
March 1843. 



=Isabella, dau. of 
Joseph Badcock 
of Birmingham ; 
born there 9 
April, bapt. at St. 
Anne's, Duddle- 
ston, CO. Worces- 
ter, 29 May 1863; 
marr. at St. 
Mary's, Leaming- 
ton 23 Sept. 
1884. 



Christina, born at Lea- 
mington 13 May, bapt. 
at All Saints' there 15 
June 1887. 



Albert Bruce Cookson, born 11 September, Kenneth Bruce Cookson, born 2 November, 

bapt. at Burbage, co. Leicester, 7 October 1875. bapt. at the Parish Church, Halifax, 2 

— December 1877. 

Robert Alexander Bruce Cookson, born 6 — 

August, bapt. at Burbage 22 August 1876, and Maurice Bruce Cookson, born 22 July, bapt. 

died an infant at Halifax, co. York. at St. Mary's, Hahfax, 1 September 1879. 



134 



Walter Stephen Cookson, born at Great 
Easton, co. Leicester, 27 March, bapt. 
there 9 April 1 844 ; marr. in Australia 
Margaret Campbell. 

Edith Emma, born at Wilby, co. 
Norfolk, 8 June, bapt. there 2 August 
1847 ; marr. at Albury, Murray River, 
Australia, 19 August 1875, Arthur 
Andrews, of Albury, Surgeon. She 
died at Albury 31 August 1876, and 
was bur. there. 



Hugh Alexander= 
Cookson, of Hali- 
fax, CO. York, 
Surgeon ; born 
at Wilby, 20 
December 185 1, 
and bapt. there. 



=Ada, dau. of 
Robert Bruce, 
formerly of New 
Brompton, Lon- 
don, now of 
Heme Hill, co. 
Surrey ; born 2 1 
July 1850 ; marr. 
at St. Martin's-in- 
the-Fields, Tra- 
falgar Square, 
London, 22 Au- 
gust 1874. 



William Tasman 
Cookson, born at 
Hobart Town, 
Tasmania, 30 
May 1853, and 
bapt. at Trinity 
Church there ; 
died at sea 6 
June, bur. off 
Cape of Good 
Hope 7 June 
1854. 



Reginald Bruce Cookson, born 6 October, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Halifax, 25 October 1880. 

Edith Adelaide Nesfield, born at Halifax 18 
May, bapt. at St. Mary's there 14 June 1882 ; 
died an infant. 



Nellie May, born at 
Halifaxg May 1885. 

Jessie Maud, born 
at Halifax 24 Sep- 
tember 1886. 



Ferdinand Hugh Cookson, 
born at Halifax 14 January 
1889. 

Adelaide Blanche, bom at 
Halifax 13 February 1890. 



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135 



^unci)art of Suton, co. iSeDforli. 



John Baldry Punchard (son of John Punchard of Parham,^ 
CO. Suffolk, by Ann his wife, dau. of Thomas Symonds of 
Peasenhall, co. Suffolk, who were marr. at Saxted, co. 
Suffolk, 17 January 1766); bapt. at Saxted 12 August 
1767; died at Framlingham, co. Suffolk, 5 March, bur. 
there 9 March 1844. Sold the Manor of Burstonhaugh 
in Peasenhall in 1798. 



=Rose dau. of Thomas and Susannah 
Elgood of Cransford, co. Suffolk ; 
born 4 February 1774, and bapt. at 
Cransford the same day ; marr. 
there by licence 31 May 1792; 
died, aged 98, at Framlingham 30 
March, bur. there 5 April 1872. 



Harriet, born at Peasenhall 
28 March, bapt. privately 
I April 1793, baptism regis- 
tered at Peasenhall ; marr. 
at Cransford 7 Nov. 18 14, 
William Moss of Creting- 
ham, CO. Suffolk. She died 
at Kettleburgh, co. Suffolk, 
1 7 Nov., and was bur. there 
21 Nov. 1864. 



Rose Susannah, born at Pea- 
senhall 5 Feb., bapt. there 5 
Feb., 1795 ; marr. istly at Earl 
Soham, co. Suffolk, Edward 
Adams of Earl Soham. She 
marr. 2ndly at Framlingham 
John Gray of Parham Hall, co. 
Suffolk. She died s.p., aged 74, 
at Framlingham 9 Nov., bur. 
there 13 Nov. 1869. 



Susan, born at Peasenhall 3 
March, bapt. there 24 March 
1797 ; marr. istly, George Lee 
of Earl Soham ; born 8 August 
1788, bapt. at Earl Soham 23 
April 1789, and died in 1847. 
She marr. 2ndly at Framlingham 
II September 1854, John Aldous 
of Framlingham. She died s.p. 16 
September, bur. at Framlingham 
21 September 1882. 



John Elgood Punchard,= 
born at Peasenhall 18 
September, bapt. there 
20 October 1799; died 
at Framlingham 10 Oc- 
tober, bur. there 12 
October 1876. 



= Elizabeth, dau. 
of Stephen and 
Ann Piggins 
of Great Yar- 
mouth ; born 
19 May 1820 ; 
marr. at Whit- 
ton,co. Suffolk, 
14 June 1841. 



Thomas Punchard, 
born at Cransford 15 
Feb. 1 803, and bapt. 
there privately; died 
24 Aug., bur. at Par- 
ham 28 Aug. 1816. 

Mary, born at 
Cransford 5 Aug. 
1805, and bapt. 
there ; died un- 
marr. 9 Nov., bur. 
at Framlingham 13 
Nov. 1883. 



Alfred Punchard, born at Crans- 
ford 14 Aug., bapt. there 27 Aug. 
1 80S ; died in London 12 Sept. 
1878, having marr. and had issue. 

William Punchard, born at Crans- 
ford 3 April, bapt. there 5 April 
181 2 ; marr. Catherine (Bowen), 
who died 16 Nov., bur. at Cat- 
ford, CO. Kent, 20 Nov. 1892. 
He died i April, bur. at Step- 
ney, London, 7 April 1872. 



I 



John Edward Punchard, 
born at Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk, 6 March 1842, 
and bapt. at St. Mar- 
garet's there ; died s.p. 
at sea (ship foundered) 
in June 1S58. 



Rev. Elgood George Punchard, born at= 
Framlingham 18 April 1844, bapt. there 
27 January i860; of New Inn Hall, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 28 January 1868, aged 
23, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1874, B.D. 1880, 
D.D. 1884, Oriental Fellow of St. Augus- 
tine's, Canterbury, 1878, Vicar of Lins- 
dale, CO. Bucks, 1880, Vicar of Christ 
Church, Luton, 1883. 



Catherine Mary, dau. and 
coheiress of Joseph and 
Ann Johnson of Windsor, 
CO. Berks; bom 28 De- 
cember 1849, bapt. at the 
Parish Church, Windsor, 
22 March 1850; marr. at 
All Saints', ^Vindsor, 5 
February 1879. 



Rose Elgood, born at Shalbourne, Alfred Punchard, born at Edmund Elgood Punchard, 
CO. Berks, 30 November, bapt. Luton 22 January, bapt. there born at Luton 21 Oct., bapt. 
there 28 December 1879. 24 February 18S6. there 20 Nov. 1890. 



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136 




Arms granted 7 September i8jO, to Sir John Ratcliff of 
Widdrington, and to his youngest brother Charles Ratcliff^ Fellow 
Commoner of Doivning College, Cambridge, and their descendants. 

Arms. — Per bend, argent and or, a bend engrailed sable, thereon in 
chief an anchor of the 2nd, in sinister chief a knight's 
helmet proper. 

Crest. — In front of a bull's head erased sable, armed or, collared 
argent, three escallops of the last. 

Motto. — Fide et fortitudine. 



aaatcliff of Ctigbaston, to. lHartoicfe. 



Arms. — Argent, a bend engrailed sable. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal crown a bull's head erased sable armed or. 

Motto. — Sperare timere est. 



John Ratcliff of Ledbury, co. Hereford (son of Joseph=j=Mary, dau. of John Lockett of Bir- 
Ratclifl" of Oldbury, co, Warwick, by Anne (15ullifant) mingham ; born in 1779; marr. at St. 
his wife); born 17 June 1775, and bapt. at Oldbury; 1 Martin's, Birmingham, 12 March 1798; 



died at Ledbury, 28 October, bur. at St. Paul's, Bir- 
mingham, 3 November 1836. 



died 3 November, bur. at St. Paul's, 
Birmingham, 11 November 1833. 



. I 
Sir John RatclifT, Knt., of Wyddrington,= 
Edgbaston, co. Warwick; born 27 Novem- 
ber 1798, bapt. at St. Martin's Birmingham, 
25 March 1799; F.S.A., Mayor of Birming- 
ham, and J. P. for that borough, knighted at 
the Town Hall, Birmingham, on the occasion 
of Her Majesty's visit to that borough 15 
June 1858; died at Wyddrington, aged 65, 
I September, bur. at the Parish Church, 
Edgbaston, 10 September 1864. Will dated 
12 August, proved at Birmingham 21 March 
1865, by his brother, Charles Ratcliff, the 
Exor, Jane, the relict, renouncing. 



=Jane, dau. of George 
Pugh of Rose Cottage, 
Coalport, CO. Salop ; 
born at Sutton Mad- 
dock, CO. Salop, in 
1803; marr. there 18 
August 1829; died 
s.p., aged 71, 12 Sep- 
tember, bur. at the 
Parish Church, Edg- 
baston, 19 September 
1874. 




Eliza, born 27 July 1800; 
marr. Samuel Whitehouse. 

William Ratcliff, born 6 
November 1802 ; died in 
February 1803. 

Mary Ann, born 10 Feb- 
ruary 1806; marr. Edmund 
Heeley of Lime Grove 
Lodge, Edgbaston, who 
died 9 January, bur. at St. 
Paul's, Birmingham, 13 
January 1871. She died 
13 December, bur. at St. 
Paul's, Birmingham, 19 
December 1879. 



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Marianne, marr. at Edgbaston, Wilfrid 
Lucas Heeley of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1885, and of the Indian 
Civil Service. She died, aged 28, at 
KishnagClr, Lower Bengal, 18 Decem- 
ber 1862. 



Howard Taylor Ratcliff of= 
Fair View Hall, Edgbaston ; 
born 13 January, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Birmingham, 9 Feb- 
ruary 1836. 



Charlotte Elizabeth, dau. 
of Thomas Clutton Salt; 
marr. at St. John's, 
Ladywood, Birmingham, 
9 June 1859. 



139 



Joseph Ratcliff= 
of Edgbaston, 
CO. Warwick ; 
born 30 Octo- 
ber 1808 ; died, 
aged 55, 26 
January, bur. 
at the Parish 
Church, Edg- 
baston, I Feb- 
ruary 1864. 



=Mary Ann, dau. 
of Uaniel Rovv- 
hnson of Edg- 
baston ; born 
in 1805 ; died, 
aged 79, 8 
January, bur. 
at the Parish 
Church, ■ Edg- 
baston, 13 Jan- 
uary 1885. 



Rev. Thomas Ratcliffe, born at= 
St. Paul's Square, Birmingham, 
14 February 1810, bapt. at St. 
Martin's, Birmingham, 1 3 March 
181 2; of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1834, M.A. 
1S37, B.D. 1864; Rector of 
Fisherton Delamere, co. Wilts ; 
died there 5 April, bur. in 
Brompton Cemetery, London, 
9 April 1892. Will dated i 
December 1891, proved m the 
Principal Registry 20 June 
1893, by Edmund Ratcliff, the 
brother, and Albert Edward 
Ratcliff, the nephew, the Exors. 



.£^^^^^ 



Charlotte, dau. of Rev. 
Henry Morice, M.A., Vicar 
of Ashwell, CO. Herts, Pre- 
bendary of Lincoln, J. P., 
and Rural Dean, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of Sir John 
St. Aubyn, Bart., of St. 
Michael's Mount, co. Corn- 
wall ; born at Chipping 
Ongar,co. Essex, 22 March, 
bapt. there 17 July 1810; 
marr. at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, London, 27 
January 1846; died at 
Bickenhill Vicarage, co. 
Warwick, 10 May, bur. at 
Ashwell, CO. Herts, 14 
May 1891. 



Daniel Rowlinson= 
Ratcliff of Great 
Alne Hall, co. 
Warwick, and 24 
Lancaster Gate, 
London ; born 2 
Oct., bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Birming- 
ham, 31 Oct. 1837 ; 
J. P. for counties 
of Warwick and 
Worcester, M.P. for 
Evesham 18S0. 



=Jane,only child 
and heiress of 
William Mil- 
ner of Liver- 
pool, and the 
Isle of Man ; 
marr. at Port 
Erin, Isle of 
Man. 



Rev. Walter Henry Ratcliff= 
of Kidbrooke Grove, Black- 
heath, CO. Kent; born 16 
May, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Birmingham, 5 July 1S40; 
of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1863. 



=Evelyn Ann, dau. of Ed- 
ward Harris of Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex ; born 24 
March 1855, and bapt. at 
Pentonville, London ; marr. 
at St. Luke's, Redcliffe Sq., 
London, 27 July 1S78. 



Jane Milner, born at Liverpool 
3 June, bapt. at St. Paul's 
■there 8 July 1862, marr. at St. 
John the Evangelist, Eastbourne, 
CO. Sussex, 2 August 1890, 
Richard Paddison (only son of 
Howard Paddison of Hampton, 
CO. Middlesex) ; born at Hamp- 
ton 17 September, bapt. at St. 
Mary's there 18 October 1863; 
of Balliol College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 17 October 1882, aged 
19, B.A. 1887, of Lincoln's Inn 
June 1882. =f= 




William Milner Ratcliff, born 
at Mossley Hill, near Liverpool, 
12 May 1868 ; of Oriel College, 
Oxford, matriculated 18 Oct. 
1887, aged 19, B.A. 1891. 

Charlotte Marion. 

Frederick Rowlinson Ratcliff, 
born at Liverpool in 1873, 
and bapt. at Aigburth, co. 
Lane. ; of Oriel College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 27 Oct. 1892, 
aged 19, B.A. 1895. 



Evelyn Marianne, born 
5 May 1879. 



Walter Harris Ratcliff, 
born 2 February, bapt. 
at Kidbrooke, Black- 
heath, 4 March 1S81. 



Ethel Bridget, born 16 
September 1883. 



140 



Edmund Ratcliff= 
of Leamington ; 
born 24 October 
1 8 13, and bapt. 
at the Parish 
Church, Birming- 
ham. 



=Ellen, dau. of George Pugh 
of Coalport, co. Salop ; 
born 24 April 1814; marr. 
at Madeley, co. Salop, 24 
Sept. 1837 ; died 8 Jan., 
bur. at the Parish Church, 
Edgbaslon, 14 Jan. i88i. 




Albert Edmund Ratcliff, born 
at Edgbaston 13 Sept., bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Birmingham, 16 Oct. 
1838 ; late Captain ist Battalion 
Warwickshire Rifle Brigade. 



Julia Ellen, 
born at Edg- 
baston 24 
Nov. 1S46, 
and bapt. 
there pri- 
vately. 



Charles Ratcliff, bom 29 Dec.= 
1815, bapt. at St. Martin's, 
Birmingham, 6 Nov. 1822 ; 
of Downing College, Cam- 
bridge, and of Lincoln's Inn, 
Barrister-at-Law, J. P. for 
counties of Warwick, Wor- 
cester, and Salop, D.L. for co. 
Warwick, Colonel of 4th Sur- 
rey Rifle Volunteers; dieds.p., 
aged69, at Matlock, CO. Derby, 
28 Aug., bur. at the Parish 
Church, Edgbaston, 4 Sept. 
1885. Willdatedi4Mayi885, 
proved in the Principal Regis- 
try 19 Oct. 1885, by Helen, 
the relict and Executrix. 



=Helen, youngest 
dau.ofSirWilliam 
Jardine, 7th Bart., 
of Jardine Hall, 
Ajjplegarth, co. 
Dumfries, by 
Jane Home his 
wife, dau. of 
Daniel Lizars of 
Edinburgh; born 
4 May 1832, and 
bapt. at Jardine 
Hall; marr. at the 
Parish Church, 
Kensington, Lon- 
don, 28 April 
1875- 



,J^2^„_ y'^c^tf^-dl^ 



Mary St. Aubyn, born at Tonbridge 
Rectory, co. Kent, 19 January, bapt. at 
Tonbridge 4 March 1 848 ; died at Chel- 
sea, London, 2 2 Tuly, bur. at Ashwell, co. 
Herts, 26 July 1887. 



Henry Morice Derwentwater Ratclifie, 
born at Tonbridge Rectory 26 April 1850, 
bapt. at Rushden, co. Northampton, 24 
May 1852 ; of Pembroke College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1873 ; died at Woolwich, co. 
Kent, 30 November, bur. at Ashwell 4 
December 1879. 



Rev. Charles Edward= 
Stuart Ratcliffe, born 
at Lutterworth Rec- 
tory, CO. Leicester, 6 
May, bapt. there pri- 
vately 1 1 November 
1854; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879, 
Vicar of Bickenhill, 
CO. Warwick 1890, 
Rector of Downham, 
Brentwood, co. Essex, 
July 1895. 



^Constance Charlotte Rose, 
3rd dau. of Admiral Sir Corn- 
wallis Ricketts, Bart., by his 
wife. Lady Caroline Augusta, 
4th dau. of Henry, 4th Duke 
of Newcastle, K.G. ; born 27 
December 1855, and bapt. 
at St. Michael's, Chester 
Square, London ; marr. at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, 30 July 1887. 

(See Ricketfs Pedigree, Vol. I., 
page 27s.) 



Adeline Constance St. Aubyn, born at Old Cornwaflis St. Aubyn Ratcliffe, born at 

Charlton, co. Kent, 25 January, bapt. at St. Bickenhill Vicarage 16 March, bapt. at 

Luke's there 2 April 1889. Bickenhill 19 June 1892. 

Gillian Mildred Clinton, born at Bickenhill Grace Pelham Clinton, born at Bickenhill 

Vicarage 13 July, bapt. at Bickenhill 17 August Vicarage 31 October 1893, bapt. at Bickenhill 

1890. 14 January 1894. 



George Ernest Ratcliff, 
born 18 January, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Birming- 
ham, 7 August 1842 ; 
died unmarr. 18 March 
1890, bur. at Edgbaston 
Parish Church. 



Frederick William Ratcliff of 69=Florence, 
Carlile Road, Edgbaston; born i8 Edward 
April, bapt. at St Mary's, Birmingham, 
30 June 1844. 



^^lS^^z^ 



dau. of Rev. 
Roberts, M.A., 
Vicar of Harborne, co. Staf- 
ford ; born 19 July, bapt. at 
Harborne 1 7 September 
1856; marr. at Lynn, co. 
Norfolk, 20 April 1884. 



141 



Edmund Theodore Ratcliff, born 
7 April, bapt. at St. Mary's, Bir- 
mingham, 9 July 1846; marr. at 
St. John the Evangelist, Soho, 
London, 4 May 1889, Elizabeth, 
eldest dau. of Thomas Floyd of 
Walmer, co. Kent, formerly 
Captain Royal Marine Light 
Infantry. 



Elizabeth Mary, dau. of= 
Frederick Smith of Edg- 
baston ; born 7 January 
1855; marr. at Edgbas- 
ton Parish Church 13 
November 1879; died, 
aged 25, 30 October, bur. 
at the Parish Church, 
Edgbaston, 3 November 
1 880. I St wife. 




=John Francis= 
Ratcliff of 
6 Vicarage 
Road, Edg- 
baston ; born 
19 Jan., bapt. 
at St. Mark's, 
Birmingham, 
28 Feb. 1849. 



=Katherine Esther, 
dau. of Dr. George 
Newton Swinson 
of Solihull, CO. 
Warwick, by Lucy 
Dorothy his wife ; 
born 14 February, 
bapt. at Kidling- 
ton, CO. Oxford, 
14 July 1861 ; 
marr. at St. 
George's, Edgbas- 
ton, II July 1888. 
2nd wife. 



Elizabeth Mary Barbara, born 
26 October, bapt. at Great Alne, 
Redditch, co. Worcester, 21 
November 1880. 



Francis Gerald Ratcliff, born John Edward Ratcliff, born 

27 September, bapt. at St. 27 September, bapt. at St. 

George's, Edgbaston, 27 Oc- George's, Edgbaston, 22 No- 

tober 1889. vember 1891. 



Q^ £ iS-^^' 




142 




iBilht^ of €I$en})am 3|all, 
CO. €s0ey. 



Daniel Gilbey of Stansted Mount- 
fitchet, CO. Essex (son of Daniel 
and Mary Gilbey of Great Halling- 
bury, CO. Essex ; bapt. at Great 
Hallingbury 15 April 1759; died, 
aged 55, 14 October, bur. at Great 
Hallingbury 19 October 18 14. 



=Rebecca, dau. of 
John Speed of Bovin- 
ger Hall, Ongar, co. 
Essex, who was bur. 
at Stansted Mount- 
fitchet. 



Arms en record in the College of Arms. 
Gules, a fesse nebuly or, in chief a horse 
rampant between two estoiles, and the 
like in base all of the last. 

Crest. — In front of a tower proper, 
issuant from the battlements a dragon's 
head gules, a fleur-de-lis or, the whole 
between two ostrich feathers argent. 

Motto. — Hono^e et virtute. 



Henry Gilbey of= 
Bishop's Stort- 
ford, CO. Herts ; 
born 29 Jan. 
1789; died 29 
Sept., bur. at 
Bishop's Stort- 
ford 5 Oct. 1842. 



=Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of William 
and Hariott Bailey of Stansted 
Mountfitchet ; bapt. at Stan- 
sted Mountfitchet 30 November 
1794; marr. there 6 July 1814; 
died 12 January, bur. at 
Bishop's Stortford 17 January 
1869. 



Other 
issue. 



Caroline, bom 9 
February, bapt. at 
Stansted Mount- 
fitchet 1 2 March 
1 8 1 5 ; marr. at 
Bishop's Stortford 
15 April 1839, 
James Blyth of 
Chelmsford, co. 
Essex. She died 
9 July, bur. at 
Bishop's Stortford 
13 July 1S94. 

A 



George Gilbey, born 3 January, bapt. 
at Stansted Mountfitchet 2 Feb- 
ruary 181 7 ; died, aged 10 weeks, 
and was bur. at Stansted Mount- 
fitchet 13 March 1817. 

Harriet, born 7 January, bapt. at 
Stansted Mountfitchet 8 February 
1818 ; marr. at Bishop's Stortford 29 
September 1843, Arthur Nockolds of 
The Limes, Stansted Mountfitchet, 
who died at Brighton, co. Sussex, 
15 December 1874, and was bur. at 
Bishop's Stortford. She died 13 
March, and was bur. at Bishop's 
Stortford 19 March 1875. 



Henry Gilbey, born 17 March 1820 ; 
died II March, bur. at Stansted 
Mountfitchet 15 March 1823. 



Emily, born 11 March, bapt. at 
Stansted Mountfitchet 21 April 
1822 ; marr. at Bishop's Stortford 
31 January 1846, Jabez Thomas of 
London, who died in 1849, and was 
bur. in London. His remains were 
afterwards removed to Bishop's Stort- 
ford. She died 8 July, and was bur. 
at Bishop's Stortford 13 July 1884. 



A 



143 



Henry Parry Gilbey, born 24=^Catherine, dau. of James 



March 1824, bapt. at Bishop's 
Stortford, co. Herts, 16 Octo- 
ber 1825 ; J. P. for CO. Essex ; 
died 12 December, bur. at 
Bishop's Stortford 15 Decem- 
ber 1892. 



Shepherd of London ; 
marr. at St Martin's-in- 
the-Fields, London, 10 
February 1852; died 
23 December 1S93, bur. 
at Bishop's Stortford. 



Wilham James Church Gilbey, born 
30 April, bapt. at Bishop's Stortford 
25 December 1827; died unmarr. 
2 November, bur. at Bishop's 
Stortford 9 November 1S47. 



Percy Shepherd Gilbey, 
born 12 April 1853, 
bapt. at St. Martin's-in- 
the-Fields 7 June 1854. 

Charles Herbert Gilbey, 
born 4 April 1857; 
bapt. at St. Martin's-in- 
the-Field's 28 July 1859; 
bur. at Bishop's Stortford. 



Laura Southard, born 
14 December i860, 
bapt. at St. Martin's- 
in-the-Fields 14 Feb- 
ruary 1861 ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Sq., London, Henri 
Bonaventure Riviere. 

A 



Ada Kate, born i January, bapt. at St. 
Martin's-in-the-Fields 3 March 1863; marr. at 
Marylebone Parish Church, London, 17 Sept. 
1 88 7, Hon'^'s Richard Eustace Bellew of Jen- 
kinstown Park, co. Kilkenny (4th son of Sir 
Edward Joseph Bellew, 2nd Baron Bellew, of 
Barmeath, co. Louth, by Augusta Margaret 
Gwendoline his wife, dau. and heiress of Col. 
George Bryan of Jenkinstown); born 31 July 
1858. She died 20 March 1893. 

A 



Henry Walter Gilbey= 
of 28 Seymour Street, 
Portman Square, 
London ; born i Oc- 
tober, bapt. at St. 
Mary-le-Strand, Lon- 
don, 30 October 
1859; J. P. for CO. 
Essex. 



= Isabella Mary Coutts, 
dau. of John Coutts 
Fowlie of Surbiton, co. 
Surrey ; born at Dim- 
bula, Ceylon, and 
bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Kandy, Ceylon; marr. 
at St. Mark's, Sur- 
biton, 29 Jan. 1884. 



Arthur Nockolds Gilbey- 
of 25 Cumberland Ter- 
race, Regent's Park, Lon- 
don ; born 6 April, bapt. 
at St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, 
London, 3 June 1861 ; 
of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1884. 



-Beatrice, 2nd dau. of 
Henry Gold of For- 
mosa, Cookham, co. 
Berks, J. P., by Char- 
lotte Anne his wife, 
dau. of Henry Gilbey 
of Bishop's Stortford ; 
marr. at Cookham 19 
August 1885. 



1 

Walter Ewart Gilbey, 


1 
Eric Gilbey, born 


1 1 
Nina, born 21 September 


1 
Sebastian Walter 


born 10 June, bapt. 


26 December 1888, 


1886. 


Gilbey, born 6 


at Quebec Chapel, 


bapt. at Quebec 


— 


May 1893. 


London, 5 August 


Chapel 25 February 


Sylvia, born 9 April 1889. 




1886. 


1889. 







144 



Julia Elizabeth, born 5 April 1829, bapt. Sir Walter Gilbey, Bart., of= 

at Bishop's Stortford, co. Herts, 26 Feb- Elsenham Hall, co. Essex, 

ruary 1830; marr. at the Parish Church of and Cambridge House, Re- 

St. Olave's, Southwark, London, 1 1 March gent's Park, London ; born 

1849, Alfred Ellis of Bishop's Stortford, 2 May, bapt. at Bishop's 

who died and was bur. at sea. Stortford 23 November 

=p 183 1 ; created a Baronet 4 

^ September 1893. 



^Ellen, 4th dau. of 
John Parish of 
Bishop's Stortford ; 
marr. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, 
3 November 1858. 



Tresham Gilbey= 
of The Grange, 
Bishop's Stort- 
ford ; born 6 
August, bapt. at 
St. Giles'-in-the- 
Fields, London, 
31 August 1862. 



=Annie Sarah, only sur- 
viving child of John 
Barker of The Grange, 
Bishop's Stortford, J. P. ; 
born 23 July 1866, and 
bapt. at St. Matthew's, 
Bayswater, London ; 
marr. at St. Jude's, 
South Kensington, Lon- 
don, 29 April 1886. 



Sebastian Gilbey, 
born 29 Nov., 
bapt. at St. Giles'- 
in-the-Fields, 23 
Dec. 1863 ; died 
unmarr. 31 Jan., 
bur. at Bishop's 
Stortford 4 Feb. 
1S80. 



Maud Ellen, born 15 Feb., 
bapt. at St. Giles'-in-the-Fields 
15 March 1865 ; marr. at Mary- 
lebone Parish Church, London, 
20 July 1886, Daniel Thomas 
Hine of 5 St. Andrew's Place, 
Regent's Park, London (son 
of Thomas Hine of Tarnac, 
France); born at Tarnac 6 
Oct. 1844. =p 



Mabel Kate, born 13 July, bapt. at Stansted 
Mountfitchet, co. Essex, 11 August 1866; marr. 
at Marylebone Parish Church, 3 July 1889, 
Leonard Arthur Routledge of 42 Chester Ter- 
race, Regent's Park, London (son of Colonel 
RoDert Warne Routledge, by Ellen Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of William Willicombe); born 
at Woburn Square, London, 4 February 1864. 



Guy Gilbey, born 9 March 
1868, and bapt. at Stansted 
Mountfitchet. 

Rose, born 24 January, bapt. 
at Stansted Mountfitchet 23 
July 1870; marr. at Mary- 
lebone Parish Church 28 
April 1 89 1, Robert Stans- 
feld Barrow of 25 Gloucester 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London. 



Emily Lucy, 
born 30 Sep- 
tember, bapt. 
at Stansted 
Mountfitchet 
27 October 
1872. 



145 



Alfred Gilbey of Wooburn House,= 
CO. Bucks, born 23 October, 
bapt. at Bishop's Stortford, co. 
Herts, 30 November 1833; died 
28 November, bur. in Wooburn 
Churchyard 3 December 1879. 
Will dated 27 March 1874, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 131, So) 23 February 
1880, by Agnes Gilbey of Woo- 
burn House, CO. Bucks, the reUct, 
Henry Parry Gilbey and Walter 
Gilbey, the brothers, and James 
Blyth and Henry Arthur Blyth, 
the nephews, the E.\ors. 



=Agnes, dau. of Charlotte Anne, born 12 May 1836; marr. 

William Cros- at St. Michael's, Bishop's Stortford, 27 Dec. 

bie of Winches- 1858, Henry Gold of Formosa, Cookham, 

ter; marr. at St. co. Berks (son of Michael Gold of Birming- 

Thomas', Win- ham, by Ellen Young his wife) ; born in 

Chester, 29 January 1835 ; J. P. for co. Berks. 
March 1858. =j= 

A 

Fanny Georgiana, born 24 July, bapt. at 
Bishop's Stortford 24 Aug. 1838; marr. at St. 
Michael's, Bishop's Stortford, 29 Dec. 1859, 
Charles Gold of The Limes, Stansted Mount- 
fitchet, CO. Essex (son of Michael Gold of 
Birmingham, by Ellen Young his wife); born 
in London 2 Jan. 1836 ; J. P. for co. Essex, 
and M.P. for the Northern Division of 
Essex 1895. 



Alfred Gilbey, of= 
W' ooburn House ; 
born 6 January, 
bapt. at St. Giles'- 
in-the-Fields, Lon- 
don, 24 March 
1859, J.P. for CO. 
Bucks. 



=Beatrice Elizabeth, dau. 
of William James Holland 
of London; born 17 June, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Paddington, London, 12 
July 1864; marr. at St. 
Michael's, Star Street, 
Paddington, 28 July 18S5. 



William Crosbie= 
Gilbey of The Lea, 
Denham, co. Bucks; 
born 29 July, bapt. 
at Willesden, co. 
Middlesex, 3 Au- 
gust i860 ; J.P. for 
CO. Bucks. 



=Margarita Petra, dau. of 
Joseph Charles Gordon 
of Jerez de la Frontera, 
Spain ; born 3 Septem- 
ber 1863, and bapt. at 
Jerez de la Frontera ; 
marr. there 15 January 
1886. 



Alfred Ronald Gilbey, Geoffrey Holland Gilbey, 



born in London 
April 1 886. 



23 



born in London 12 May 
1889. 



Wilfrid Holland Gil- 
bey, born in London 2 1 
March, bapt. at St. 
Michael's. Star Street, 
1 May 1887. 



Oliver Holland Gilbey 
born in London 8 June 
1890. 



W^^^^^ 



William Gordon Gilbey, born 
29 October 1886, bapt. at 
the Church of Our Lady, St. 
John's Wood, London. 



Agnes Margarita Josephina, 

born 14 March, bapt. at St. 
Dominic's, Haverstock Hill, 
CO. Middlesex, 6 April 1888. 



Maria del Rosario, born 10 
September, bapt. at St. Do- 
minic's, Haverstock Hill, 6 
October 1889. 

Hugh Lionel Gilbey, born at 
Denham 18 June, bapt. at 
St. Catherine-the-Martyr, West 
Drayton, co. Middlesex, 9 July 
1891. 



Mercedes Christina, born at 
Denham 24 July, bapt. at the 
Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, 
Uxbridge, co. Middlesex, 5 
August 1893. 

Winifred Hilda, born at Den- 
ham 19 May, bapt. at the 
Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, 
Uxbridge, 23 May 1895. 



146 



Newman Gilbey of=j=MariaVictorina, dau. of Enrique 



Mark Hall, Harlow, 
CO. Essex ; born 2 
March, bapt. at Wil- 
lesden, co. Middlesex, 
16 April 1862. 



de Ysasi of Jerez de la Frontera, 
born 1 8 August 1 864, and bapt. 
at Santiago, Jerez de la Fron- 
tera ; marr. at El Altillo, Jerez 
de la Frontera, 14 January i886. 




Southard Gilbey, of 54 Regent's Park 
Road, London; born 10 December 
1863, and bapt. at \\'ooburn, co. Bucks. 

Henry Gilbey, born 12 December, 
1865, and bapt. at Wooburn. 



Henry Ne\\Tnan Gilbey, born 15 November, 
bapt. at The Oratory, Brompton, London, 
22 November 1886. 

John Newman Gilbey, born 4 February, bapt. 
privately 6 February, and received into the 
church at St. Mary of the Angels', London, 
S May 1 888. 



Charles Newman 
Gilbey, born 5 
February, bapt. 
at St. Mary of 
the Angels' 2 1 
February 1889. 



Angela, born 6 December, bapt. 
at St. Mary of the Angels' 19 
December 1892. 

Carmen, born 2 June, bapt. at 
St. Mary of the Angels' 15 
June 1894. 



Agnes, born 3 September, bapt. at 
Wooburn 8 Oct. 1867; marr. at St. 
Paul's, Wooburn, 28 July 1891, Rev. 
Edward Domett Shaw (son of Rev. 
Edward Francis Shaw of Elgin Avenue, 
London, by j\Iary Elizabeth Moore his 
wife, dau. of John Villiers St. George 
of Rochestown, co. Cork) ; born at 
Passage West, co. Cork, 5 Oct., bapt. 
at Passage Church 6 Nov. i860; of 
Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 19 
Oct. 1880, aged 20, Scholar 1879-84, 
B.A. 1S85, M.A. 1887, Head-Master of 
Bishop's Stortford School 1887-94; 
Vicar of High Wycombe, co. Bucks, 
1895. _ 

T 

A 



Mary, born 29 May 1869, and bapt. Kate, bom 26 
at Wooburn ; marr. at Christ Church, October 1872, 
Lancaster Gate, London, 19 April and bapt. at 
1892, Charles Gold of Westfield, Wooburn. 
Bishop's Stortford (3rd son of Charles — 

Gold of The Limes, Stansted Mount- Gilbert Gilbey, 
fitchet, by Fanny Georgiana his wife, born 22 Jan- 
dau. of Henry Gilbey of Bishop's uary 1874, and 
Stortford); born 30 July 1865. bapt. at Woo- 

— burn. 

Elizabeth, bom 17 Jan. 187 1, and — 

bapt. at Wooburn; marr. at Christ Constance,bom 
Church, Lancaster Gate, 19 April i May 1876, 
1892, Walter Gilbey Gold of Stort and bapt. at 
Lodge, Bishop's Stortford (2nd son of Woobum. 
Charles Gold of The Limes, Stansted 
Mountfitchet, by Fanny Georgiana his 
wife, dau. of Henry Gilbey of Bishop's 
Stortford) ; bom at Edinburgh 10 
Nov. 1864, and bapt. there. 



147 





iSourne of ^talmine Hall, 
jFleettooot, to* lam. 



Cornelius Bourne (3rd son and= 
eventual heir of John Bourne of 
Stalmine Hall, co. Lane, and Ja^e 
his wife, dau. and coheir of Cornelius 
Fox of Fernhill and Stalmine Hall); 
born 2 April 1747, and bapt. at 
Stalmine ; succeeded to the family 
estates on the death of his brother 
James ; died, aged 59, i March, bur. at 
St. Thomas', Liverpool, 5 March 1806. 
Will proved at Chester 19 June 1806. 



=Anne, dau. of Thomas 
Rymer, and widow of 
Edward Glover; born 
2 April 1744 ; marr. 
31 July 1774; died, 
aged 84, 12 June, 
bur. at St. Thomas', 
Liverpool, 16 June 
1828. 



Arms on record in tlte College of 
Arms. — Argent, a chevron sable, gutte 
d'eau between, in chief two Uons ram- 
pant, and in base an heraldic tyger also 
rampant gules. 

Crest. — An heraldic tyger sejant or 
gutte de sang, resting the dexter paw 
on a cross patte gules. 

Motto. — Semper vigilans. 



Jane, born John Bourne of Stalmine Hall= 

9 April and Little Walton (eldest son 

1775, and and heir); born 29 Aug. 1777, 

died an and bapt. at Benn's Garden 

infant. Chapel, Liverpool ; J. P. for 

— CO. Lane. ; died, aged 64, at 

Mary Anne, Eton Lodge, near Heathfield 

born 28 House, Wavertree, co. Lane, 

Oct. 1776, 15 Jan., bur. at Stalmine 20 

and died Jan. 1841. Will proved at 

an infant. Chester 10 March 1841. 



=Mary, dau. of 
John Bury of Sal- 
ford, CO. Lane. ; 
born 19 Novem- 
ber 1777; marr. 
12 July 1804; 
died, aged 55, 
21 January, bur. 
at Stalmine 27 
January 1832. 



Cornelius Bourne of Stalmine Hall, 
eldest son and heir ; born 2 
January 1807; J. P. and D.L. for 
CO. Lane. ; died, aged 59, 26 
February, bur. at Stalmine i 
March 1866. Will dated 30 
March 186 1, proved (Prin. Reg.) 
21 April 1866, by John William 
Bourne of Stalmine Hall, the son 
and Exor. 



=Alice, eldest dau. of William 
Sharpe, J. P., of Linden Hall, 
CO. Lane, by Jane his wife, 
dau. and heiress of William 
Taylor of Borwick, co. 
Lane. ; born i September 
181 2 ; marr. at Warton, co. 
Lane, 27 July 1841 ; died, 
aged 48, 29 November, bur. at 
Stalmine 4 December i860. 



Margaret, eldest dau., born 
24 April, bapt. at Childwall, 
CO. Lane, 23 May 1808; 
marr. there 21 Feb. 1837, 
Thomas Keate Hassall of 
Seacombe, co. Chester, and 
of Rhyndaston, co. Pembroke ; 
died 13 Aug. 1864. She died 
4 Oct. 1868. =^ 



John William Bourne,= 
sometime of Stalmine Hall 
and Newsham Hall, co. 
Lane, and Barnston 
Towers, Neston, co. Ches- 
ter ; born 30 January, bapt. 
at Stalmine 4 February 
1845 ; J. P. for CO. Lane 



=Alice, youngest dau. of Thomas Phillips Pemberton 
of Liverpool (who was born 2 July 1791, and died 
26 March 1852), by his 2nd wife, Ann Rosamund 
Parker (who was born 20 August 1795, and was 
marr. at St. George's, Everton, co. Lane, 27 May 
1830, and died at Birkenhead, co. Chester, 4 Oc- 
tober 1 851); born 10 July, bapt. at St. Bride's, 
Liverpool, 21 August 1836; marr. at Rockferry, co. 
Chester, 22 August 1875. 



Alice Dorothy, born 24 
January 18S0, and died 
the next day. 



Margery Rosamund 
Salkeld, born 28 Feb- 
ruary 1882. 



Mary, born 4 
June, bapt. at 
Stalmine 12 
July 1842. 



148 



Jane, born 21 September 1778, and died 
an infant. 



Thomas Bourne of Hackinsall Hall, co. 
Lane, Lord of the Manor of Hackinsall ; 
born I January 1779, and bapt. at Benn's 
Garden Chapel; J. P. for co. Lane. ; died 7 
February, aged 41, bur. at Stalmine, co. 
Lane, 9 February 1821. M.L 



Cornelius Fox Bourne, born in 1781, and bapt. at 
Stalmine, bur. at St. Thomas', Liverpool, 14 July 
1792. 

James Bourne of Hackinsall, and of Heathfield 
House, CO. Worcester; born 3 May 1782, and 
bapt. at Benn's Garden Chapel; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Lane, eventual heir to his brother; died 
at Florence 24 July 1835, and was bur. there. 



John Bury Bourne, born 1 9=j=Margaret Sophia, Anne, 2nd dau., born 28 March 181 1, 



August., bapt. at Childwall, 
CO. Lane, 13 September iSog; 
of Caius College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1832, M.A. 1836, Rector 
of Colmer with Prior's Dean, 
CO. Hants, 1839-53; ^i^d in 
October 1868. 



eldest dau. of bapt. at Childwall 25 June 1813; marr. 

Henry Wood of there 6 June 1839, Arthur Yates Williams 

Littleton, Bram- of Woolton, co. Lane, who died in 1853. 

dean, co. Hants ; 

marr. there 25 

January 1842. Jane, 3rd dau., born 7 August 1812; marr. 
Captain Francis Whitelock, R.N. 



John Henry Bourne, born 
at Colmer 26 Feb., bapt. 
there 28 July 1844; late 
77th Regiment; marr. 9 
Aug. 1869, Henrietta Lizzy, 
dau. of John Mallinson 
Rogers, Commander Pen- 
insular and Oriental Steam 
Navigation Company. 



Thomas Wood Bourne 
of Broseley, co. Salop; 
born at Colmer 19 
April, bapt. there 22 
June 1845 ; marr. 8 
February 1881, Jessie, 
2nd dau. of Charles 
Robins of Dublin, 
formerly of London. 



Mary Elizabeth, 
born at Colmer 
16 July, bapt. 

-e 
1846. 



Robert William Bourne, 
born at Colmer 16 De- 
cember 1847, bapt. there 
18 June 1848. 



Margaret, born at Colmer 
2 1 March, and bapt. there 
30 June 1850. 



James Thomas Bourne of Newsham Thomas Rymer Bourne of Carr Hall, Whitby, co. York ; 

Hall, CO. Lane ; bom 5 October, born 19 September, bapt. at Childwall 4 November 

bapt. at Childwall 3 December 1814 ; J. P. for co. Lane ; marr. 4 September 1838, Anna, 

1813; J.P. for CO. Lane; died 8 dau. of Alexander Halliburton of Wigan, co. Lane 
September 1876. 



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Peter Bourne of Hackin-= 
sail, CO. Lane. ; born 13 
Oct. 1783, and bapt. at St. 
Thomas', Liverpool ; J. P. 
for CO. Lane, eventual heir 
to his brother James; died, 
aged 62, 3 Feb., bur. at 
Wavertree, co. Worcester, 9 
Feb. 1846. Will proved 
at Chester 12 March 1846. 



=Margaret, only dau. of James and 
Elinor Drinkwater ; born 9 April 1787 ; 
marr. at Old St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 
14 May iSio; Lady of the Manor of 
Maghull, CO. Lane. ; died, aged 78, 12 
May, bur. at Wavertree 17 May 1865. 




Mary Anne, born 29 Oct. 
1785 ; marr. at Tenby, co. 
Pembroke, 22 July 1851, 
James Molyneux of Sand- 
field, CO. Lane. ; J. P. for 
CO. Lane. She died 22 
July, bur. at Weston, co. 
Pembroke, 28 July 1851. 



Cornelius Bourne, eldest 
son and heir, born in 
Liverpool 7 April, bapt. 
at St. Thomas', Liver- 
pool, 8 May 181 1 ; of 
Oriel College, Oxford, 
matriculated 9 Decem- 
ber 1829, aged 18, B.A. 
1834, M.A. 1837, of 
Lincoln's Inn 17 Octo- 
ber 1833; died at Aix- 
les-Bains in Savoy 30 
June 1839, and bur. at 
Geneva. 



Sir James Bourne, K.C.B., of Hackinsall, in the= 
parish of .Stalmine, co. Lane, and Heathfield, in the 
parish of Childwall, co. Lane. ; born at Liverpool 8 
October, bapt. at St. Thomas' there 5 November 
1812; J. P. for CO. Lane, Lieut. -Colonel, Comman- 
dant, and Honorary Colonel of Royal Lancaster 
Artillery Regiment of Militia, C.B. 1801, M.P. for 
Eversham 1865-S0, created a Baronet 10 May 
1880; died at Heathfield 14 ALirch, bur. at Waver- 
tree 18 March 1882. VVill dated 20 December 
1879, with codicil of same date, proved at Liver- 
pool 22 August 1882, by Sir James Dyson Bourne 
of Heathfield, Bart., the son, and William Frederick 
Bourne Brandreth of 9 Red Lion Square, London, 
the nephew, the Exors. 



=Sarah Harriet, 
dau. of Thomas 
Fournis Dyson 
of Everton, co. 
Lane, and Wil- 
low Hall, CO. 
York ; born 24 
Nov. 1815; 

marr. at Ever- 
ton 13 Oct. 
1841 ; died 22 
Sept., bur. at 
^\^avertree 26 
Sept. 1891. 



Sir James Dyson Bourne, 2nd Bart. ^= 
born at Heathfield 29 July, bapt. 
at Wavertree 30 September 1842; 
Colonel 5th Dragoon Guards, D.L. 
for CO. Lane ; died in London 1 1 
November, bur. at West Drayton, 
CO. Middlesex, 18 March 1883. 



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=Lady Marion Jane Loftus, only dau. of John Henry, 3rd 
Marquis of Ely ; born in 1846 ; marr. at Carysport, Black 
Rock, Dublin, 29 December 1875. She remarr. in 1884, 
Lieut. -Colonel James John Neale Buchanan, born in 1855 ; 
F.R.G.S., late 5th Dragoon Guards, served with loth 
Hussars in Crimea 1855, and in Indian Mutiny 1857-59 
(retired 1883); died in 1893. 



Gladys Dyson, born 29 
October 1881, and died 
the ne.xt day. 



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Thomas Bourne of 
Wavertree, co. Lane. ; 
born at Liverpool 28 
February, bapt. at 
St. Thomas' there 25 
March 1814; Lieut.- 
Colonel 4th Royal 
Lancaster Regiment 
of Militia, J. P. for 
CO. Lane. ; drowned 
in the River Tyne 
28 August 1879, and 
was bur. at ^Vaver- 
tree. Will dated i 
February 1870, with 
three codicils dated 
respectively 2 Sep- 
tember 1872, 15 
March 1877, and 6 
March 1879, proved 
at Liverpool 19 No- 
vember 1879, by 
James Bourne of 
Heathfield.and Peter 
Bourne of 39 Rod- 
ney Street, Liverpool, 
the brothers and 
Eitors. 



Eleanor, eldest dau., born at Liverpool 
19 Aug., bapt. at St. Thomas' there 20 
Sept. 1815 ; bur. in the churchyard of 
St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 2 June 181 7. 

Anne, born at Liverpool 21 Nov., 
bapt. at St. Thomas' there 26 Dec. 
1816; marr. at St. George's, Liver- 
pool, 12 April 1837, Rev. William 
Harper Brandreth (eldest son of 
Joseph Pilkington Brandreth of Liver- 
pool); of Christ Church, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 25 June 1830, aged 17, 
B.A. 1835, M.A. 1839; Rector of 
Standish, co. Lane, 1841-85, Hon. 
Canon of Manchester, Rural Dean of 
Leyland, co. Lane. ; died at Standish 
17 April 1885. She died 18 Nov. 
1858, and was bur. at Standish. His 
will dated 18 June 1879, with two 
codicils dated respectively i March 
1880 and 16 July 1881, proved (Prin. 
Reg.) 10 June 1885, by William Fre- 
deric Bourne Brandreth of 9 Red 
Lion Square, London, Solicitor, Henry 
Pilkington Brandreth of Standish 
Rectory, and Rev. Joseph Pilkington 
Brandreth of Tilston Rectory, Malpas, 
CO. Chester, the sons and Exors. 



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Elinor Drinkwater, bom at Liver- 
pool 18 May, bapt. at St. Thomas' 
there i July 1816 ; marr. at Waver- 
tree, CO. Worcester, 27 Aug. 1840, 
Sir William Leece Drinkwater of 
Kirby, Douglas, Isle of Man (son 
of John Drinkwater of Liverpool, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
James Gandy of Kendal, co. West- 
moreland); born at Liverpool 28 
March, bapt. at St. Nicholas' there 
28 April 181 2 ; of St. John's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 1834, M.A. 
1837, called to the Bar of the Inner 
Temple 1837, H.M. First Deem- 
ster of the Isle of Man, Knighted 
1877, J. P. and Member of the 
Council. =1= 

Peter Bourne of Rodney Street, 
Liverpool, born at Liverpool 22 
Dec. 1819, bapt. at St. Thomas' 
there 28 Feb. 1820; J.P. for co. 
Lane. ; died at Blackpool, co. 
Lane, 25 Nov., bur. at Wavertree 
30 Nov. 1881. Will dated 29 Jan. 

1 88 1, proved at Liverpool 10 Feb. 

1882, by Sir James Bourne of 
Heathfield, Bart., C.B., the brother 
and sole Exor. 



Anne Dyson, =f=James William Seaburne May of Hac- 
Heathfield 15 i kinsall Hall, Fleetwood, co. Lane, and 
Queen's Gate Gardens, London (son of 
James William Seaburne May, late of 
Princes Park, Liverpool, and Anne his 
wife, n^e Freckleton, of the Hague); 
born in 1842 ; assumed, by Royal Li- 
cence dated 22 June 1892, the name 
of Bourne in addition to that of May. 



Harriet 
born at 

February, bapt. at ^Va- 
vertree 12 May 1S46 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens, Lon- 
don, 8 August 1883. 



Helen Dj'son, born 28 April, 
bapt. at Wavertree 6 July 
1848; died I Jan., bur. at 
Wavertree 6 Jan. 1853. 

Emily Dyson, born 12 June, 
bapt. at Wavertree 29 July 
1852; died 30 Jan., bur. at 
Wavertree 2 Feb. 1854. 



Harriet Irene Bourne Seaburne, James Bourne Seaburne May- Geoffrey Bourne Seaburne 

born 21 August, bapt. at St. Bourne, born 9 January, bapt. May-Bourne, born 3 July, 

Peter's, Cranley Gardens, 25 at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, bapt. at St. Peter's, Cranley 

September 1884. 25 March 1886. Gardens, 10 August 1887. 



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Jane, only dau.= 
of Francis Hole 
of Tiverton, co. 
Devon ; born at 
Smytham in the 
parish of Little 
Torrington, co. 
Devon, 30 Au- 
gust, bapt. there 
3 September 
1825 ; marr. at 
Tiverton 20 
April 1847 ; 
died 22 Sep- 
tember, bur. 
at Weston-sub- 
Edge, CO. Glou- 
cester, 27 Sep- 
tember 1854. 
1st wife. 



=Rev. George Drink-= 
water Bourne, born 
31 Aug., bapt. at 
St. Thomas', Liver- 
pool, 8 Oct. 1821 ; 
of Oriel College, 
Oxford, matricula- 
ted 10 April 1840, 
aged 18, B.A. 1844, 
M.A. 1857, Patron 
and Rector of Wes- 
ton-sub-Edge 1846, 
Rural Dean of 
Campden 1875, 
Hon. Canon of 
Gloucester 1880, 
F.S.A., J.P. for 
counties of Glouces- 
ter and Worcester, 
and D.L. for co. 
Gloucester. 



'Harriet Eliza, dau. 
and heiress of John 
Moss of Otterspool, 
CO. Lane, and Han- 
nah his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Taylor of 
Blakeley, co. Lane, 
sister of Sir Thomas 
Edwards-Moss, Bart., 
of Roby Hall, Huy- 
ton, CO. Lane. ; 
born I April 1826 ; 
marr. at St. Anne's, 
Aigburth, co. Lane, 
15 April 1857 ; died 
at St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea, CO. Sussex, 13 
September, bur. at 
Weston-sub-Edge 18 
September 1S67. 
2nd wife. 



Margaret, born at Liverpool 6 
Dec, bapt. at St. Thomas' there 
25 Jan. 1826; marr. at St. George's, 
Liverpool, 11 July 1848, Henry 
Roydsof Wavertree, CO. Lane, and 
Brereton, co. Chester (son of Rev. 
Edward Royds, Rector of Brere- 
ton, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Molyneux of Newsham 
House, CO. Lane); died, aged 56, 
16 Dee, bur. at Wavertree 20 
Dec. 1878. She died at Elm 
House 7 Feb., bur. at Wavertree 
13 Feb. 1865. His will dated 9 
June 1868, with codicil dated 17 
May 1869, proved at Liverpool 20 
Jan. 1879, by Thomas Brockle- 
bank of 76 Bedford Street South, 
Liverpool, and Rev. Nathaniel 
Royds of Little Barford Rectory, 
CO. Bedford, the brother, the 
Exors. =1= 



Margaret Hole, born 18 February, 
bapt. at Weston-sub-Edge 9 April 
1848; marr. at Weston-sub-Edge 24 
June 1875, Rev. Francis Edward 
Broome Witts of Upper Slaughter, 
Bourton-on-the-Water, co. Gloucester 
(eldest son of Rev. Edward Francis 
Witts, J.P. and D.L., Rector of Upper 
Slaughter, and Sophia his wife, dau. of 
Rev. Richard Frederick Vavasour, 
M.A.) ; born at Stanway, co. Gloucester, 
31 January, bapt. there 18 March 1840; 
of Trinity College, Oxford, matricula- 
ted 31 May 1858, aged 18, B.A. 1861, 
M.A. 1865, Vicar of Temple Guyting, 
CO. Gloucester, 1866-80, and of Nor- 
ton, CO. Gloucester, 1880-S6, Patron 
and Rector of Upper Slaughter 1886. 

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Francis Hole Bourne, 
born 2 April, bapt. at 
Weston-sub-Edge 9 April 
1850; Captain 43rd 
Light Infantry ; died at 
Tor Castle, co. Inver- 
ness, 5 October, bur. at 
Weston 9 October 1880. 
AdiTion dated 6 No- 
vember 1880, to Rev. 
George Drinkwater 

Bourne of Weston-sub- 
Edge, the father and 
next of kin. 



Hannah Moss, born at 
Otterspool 19 Feb., bapt. 
at St. Anne's, Aigburth, 26 
March 1858. 

William Moss Bourne, born 
at Otterspool, 13 Jan. 
1861, and bapt. there pri- 
vately; died there 15 Feb., 
bur. at Weston 20 Feb. 
in the same year. 

Louisa Moss, born at 
Weston 7 Nov., bapt. there 
13 Dec. 1863. 



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152 



0[ixt\)oxm of JIambroofe, co. (Gloucester, 
antJ Colstertoortf), to* Lincoln. 



Arms. — Gules, a bend argent, billettee sable. 
Crest. — An armed arm, holding a sword, all proper. 
Motto. — Qualis ab incepto. 



John Mirehouse of Brownslade and Angle, co, 
(only son of Rev. Thomas Mirehouse, 
Precentor of Peterborough Cathedral and 
Rector of Etton, co. Northants) ; bapt. at 
Peterborough Cathedral 13 March 1753; 
Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge, M.A., 
J.P., D.L., and High Sheriff for co. Pem- 
broke 1805 ; died 26 March, bur. at Angle 
4 April 1823. 



Penibroke=i=Mary, dau. of John Edwards of 
Machynlleth, co. Montgomery, 
and sister of Sir John Edwards, 
Bart., M.P. ; bapt. at Machyn- 
lleth 13 July 1767 ; marr. there 
30 Sept. 1788; died at Ham- 
brook Grove, co. Gloucester, 
aged 91, 29 Nov., bur. at 
Easton-in-Gordano, co. Somer- 
set, 6 Dec. 1856. 

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John Campbell Mirehouse of Brownslade and Angle, J.P.= 
and D.L. for counties of Pembroke and Middlesex, Common 
Sergeant of London; born at Brownslade 26 June 1789, 
bapt. at Castle Martin, co. Pembroke, the same day ; educated 
at Harrow and Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1812, M.A. 
1817, Barrister-at-Law ; died at Brownslade, bur. at Angle 25 
February 1850. Will dated i November 1844, proved (P.C.C- 
301, 50) 6 April 1850, by Elizabeth Mirehouse, widow, the 
relict, and the Rev. Thomas Henry Mirehouse and the Rev. 
William Squire Mirehouse, the brothers, the Exors. 




Elizabeth, younger dau. of the 
Rt. Rev. John Fisher, D.D., 
Lord Bishopof Salisbury, Canon 
of Windsor, and Preceptor of 
the Princess Charlotte, Chan- 
cellor of the Orderof the Garter ; 
bapt. at Hartley, co. Hants, 4 
Sept. 1800; marr. at Salisbury 
Cathedral 16 Oct. 1823; died in 
London 6 Dec, bur. at Angle 
II Dec. 1880. Will dated 12 
Jan. 1867, with a codicil dated 
6 Nov. 1875, proved (Prin. Reg. 
965, 80) 31 Dec. 1880, by 
Fanny Mirehouse and Emma 
Mirehouse, both of 26 Chester 
Square, London, spinsters, the 
daughters, the Executrixes. 



Elizabeth Mary, bapt. at Easton-in- 
Gordano 31 October 1825; marr. 
at Castle Martin i August 1848, 
Richard Byrd-Levett of Milford 
Hall, CO. Stafford, J.P. and D.L. 
(son of Rev. Richard Levett of Mil- 
ford Hall by Louisa Frances his 
wife, dau. of Rev. Walter Bagot of 
Blithfield, co. Stafford) ; born 24 
November 1810, and bapt. at Milford 
the same day ; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 26 April 1827, 
aged 16 ; late Lieut. Colonel Com- 
manding 3rd Battalion Staffordshire 
Rifles. He died in 1888. Upon the 
death of her aunt, Mrs. Pike- 
Scrivener, she inherited Sibton 
Abbey, Yoxford, co. Suffolk, which 
estates are now made over to her 
3rd son, Egerton Bagot Byrd-Levett- 
Scrivener. =j= 



John Mirehouse of Brownslade= 
and Angle ; bapt. at Castle 
Martin 26 November 1826; 
educated at Eton and Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1851, 
M.A. 1S54; J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Pembroke, Barrister-at-Law; 
died at Brownslade 8 January, 
bur. at Angle 13 January 1864. 
Will dated 16 September 1863, 
proved (Prin. Reg. 114, 64) 4 
February 1864, by Louisa 
Catherine Mirehouse of Brown- 
slade, CO. Pembroke, widow, 
the relict, the sole Executrix. 




=Louisa Catherine, dau. 
of Leyson Orton Lewis ; 
born in 1830; marr. at All 
Saints', Margaret Street, 
London, 15 June 1863 ; 
died 2 October, bur. at 
Capel Issa, co. Carmar- 
then, 6 October 1884. 
Adirion was granted in 
the Principal Registry 18 
November 18S4 to Ley- 
son Edwin Lewis of 
Capel Issa, co. Carmar- 
then, the brother and 
one of the next of kin. 





153 



Rev. Thomas Henry Mirehouse (twin with William Squire) of St.= 
George's Hill, co. Somerset; born 21 December 1790, bapt. at Castle 
Martin, co. Pembroke, 16 January 1791 ; educated at Harrow and 
Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1S14, M.A. 1817, Patron of Colster- 
worth, CO. Lincoln, and four other livings; Vicar of Easton-in-Gordano, 
CO. Somerset, Rector of Harla.xton, co. Lincoln, Prebendary of Salisbury, 
J. P. for counties of Pembroke and Somerset; died at St. George's Hill, 
7 January, bur. at Easton-in-Gordano 12 January 1867. Will dated 9 
March 1867, proved (Prin. Reg. 195, 67) 9 March 1867, by Henry John 
Mirehouse of St. George's Hill, co. Somerset, the son, one of the Exors. 
Double Probate granted 13 August 1867 to Arthur William Leigh Mire- 
house of 26 Upper Rock Gardens, Brighton, co. Sussex, the son, the 



other Exor. 



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^Millicent, 3rd dau. of 
Philip John Miles, M.P., 
of Leigh Court, co. 
Somerset, and Kings- 
weston, CO. Gloucester, 
by Maria his wife, dau. 
of the Very Rev. Arthur 
Whetham, Dean of Lis- 
more ; born 3 April 
1810 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Sq., 
London, 26 March 1835 ; 
bur. at Easton-in-Gor- 
dano 2 November 1861. 



Henry John Mirehouse of St. George's Hill and of Tib Havin, Medea,= 
Algeria; born 21 December 1835, bapt. at Easton-in-Gordano 11 April 
1836; educated at Harrow and Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1858; 
Captain North Somerset Yeomanry 1875-81, J. P. for co. Somerset. 



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=Anna, 5th dau. of 
Rev. George Tierney 
Roche, Vicar of 
Stradbally, co. Water- 
ford, Rural Dean ; 
marr. at Monkstown, 
CO. Dublin, 20 April 
1 861; died at Algiers 
in 1872. 



Henry George Mire- 
house of May ed 
Deen, Ameur el Ain, 
Algeria ; born at 
Easton - in - Gordano 
30 January 1862 ; of 
Merton College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 18 
October 1880, aged 
18, B.A. 1885, late 
North Somerset Yeo- 
manry ; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, New 
Barnet, 2 1 October 
1 89 1, Anne Louisa 
Ainsworth, dau. of 
Joel Foster Earle of 
Lyonsdown, New 
Barnet, co. Herts. 



Mary Millicent (twin with George 
Tierney), born 11 May 1863; 
marr., as his second wife, at St. 
George's, Bristol, 3 September 
1 89 1, Egerton Bagot Byrd-Levett- 
Scrivener of Sibton Abbey, Yo.x- 
ford, CO. Suffolk (son of Colonel 
Richard Byrd-Levett of Milford 
Hall, CO. Stafford, J.P. and D.L., 
by Elizabeth Mary his wife, dau. 
of John Campbell Mirehouse of 
Brownslade and Angle, co. Pem- 
broke); born in 1857; late Bursar 
of Keble College, Oxford, Lieut, 
(retired) R.N., J.P. for co. Suffolk. 
Assumed the name of Scrivener in 
addition to and after that of Levett 
on succeeding to the Sibton 
Abbey property in 1S89. 



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George Tierney Mirehouse (twin with 
Mary Millicent), born 11 May 1863; 
of Jesus College, Cambridge. 

William Cruger Mirehouse, born at 
Easton-in-Gordano 25 December 
1865 ; died at Algiers 26 October 
1868, and bur. in the English Ceme- 
tery at Mustapha Superior, Algeria. 
Adinon was granted at Bristol 22 
August 1884, to Henry John Mire- 
house of St. George's Hill, Easton-in- 
Gordano, CO. Somerset the father 
and ne.xt of kin. 

Ednyn Charles Mirehouse, born at 
Mustapha Superior 30 June 1870; 
killed accidentally at Medea 15 
October 1890, and bur. in the English 
Cemetery at Mustapha Superior. 



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Evelyn Mirehouse, born at Brownslade; 
educated at Eton, Lieut. 71st Highlanders, 
J.P. for CO. Pembroke ; died s.p., bur. at 
Brighton Cemetery, co. Sussex, in Aug. 1863. 

Mary, born at Brownslade in February 1828 ; 
marr. 3 June 1852, General Charles Algernon 
Lewis of Chester Square, London, late of the 
Grenadier Guards, served in Crimea and com- 
manded the regiment on the taking of Sebas- 
topol. Knight of the Order of the Medjidie, 
Colonel 64th Foot from 1870. 



Fanny, born at Brownslade in October 1830. 

Emma, born at Brownslade in 1833. 

Agnes, born 17 Oct., bapt. at Castle Martin 21 
Nov. 1839 ; marr. at All Saints', Margaret Street, 
London, 13 Nov. 1862, Rev. Cecil Edward Fisher 
(son of Rev. William Fisher, Canon of Salisbury); 
born 12 Aug. 1838; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 4 June 1857, aged 18, B.A. 1861, 
M.A. 1878, Prebendary of Lincoln and Vicar of 
St. Peter's, Bournemouth, co. Hants. 



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Seal used by Elizabeth, dau. 
of Rev. Thomas Mirehouse, 
Rector of Etton, co. Northants, 
and sister of John Mirehouse 
of Brownslade and Angle, co, 
Pembroke. 



Rev. William Squire Mirehouse (twin with Thomas= 
Henry) of Hambrook, co. Gloucester; born 21 
December 1790, bapt. at Castle Martin 16 January 
1791 ; educated at Harrow and Clare College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1814, M.A. 1817; Rector of Colsterworth, 
CO. Lincoln, Perpetual Curate of Fishponds, co. Glou- 
cester, J. P. for counties of Pembroke and Gloucester ; 
died at Hambrook 26 March, bur. at Fishponds Parish 
Church 2 April 1864. Will dated 16 June 1S55, 
with two codicils dated respectively 25 December 
1862 and 25 March 1864, proved (Prin. Reg. 549, 64) 
24 August 1864, by Eliza Brunetta Mirehouse of 
Hambrook Grove, widow, the relict, and Rev. Thomas 
Henry Mirehouse of St. George's Hill, Easton-in- 
Gordano, co. Somerset, the brother, the Exors. 




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Georgiana Eliza, born 18 January 1836, bapt. at 
Easton-in-Gordano 30 November 1837; marr. at 
Winterbourne, co. Gloucester, 15 June 1865, Rev. 
Frank Burges (son of Daniel Burges of Clifton, co. 
Gloucester) of St. John's College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 27 June 1831, aged 18, B.A. 1835, Fellow 
and M.A. 1839, B.D. 1844, Rector of Winter- 
bourne ; died at Winterbourne 17 July, bur. there 
22 July 1875. Will dated 13 January 1875, with 
codicil dated 15 July 1875, proved (Prin. Reg. 
707, 75) 29 September 1875, by George Burges of 
70 Lincoln's Inn Fields, co. Middlesex, the brother, 
and Daniel Travers Burges of the Council House, 
Bristol, the nephew,the Exors. 



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Rev. John Mirehouse of Hambrook, co. Gloucester, 
and Colsterworth, co. Lincoln; born 15 Dec. 1839, 
bapt. at Frenchay, co. Gloucester, 9 Feb. 1840; 
educated at Harrow and Clare College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1862, M.A. 1865, Rector of Colsterworth 1864. 



=Eliza Brunetta, only dau. of George Arthur 
Herbert of Glan Hafren and Llanllugan, 
CO. Montgomery, J. P. and D,L., by Eliza- 
beth his wife, eldest dau. and heir of 
Athelstan Hamer of Glan Hafren ; born 
16 October 1810, bapt. at Penstrowed, 
CO. Montgomery ; marr. at Cheltenham 
Parish Church, co. Gloucester, 2 Feb- 
ruary 1832; died at Hambrook 30 
June, bur. in Fishponds Parish Church 
4 July 1874. Will dated 15 April r874, 
with two codicils dated respectively 22 
April 1874 and 27 May 1874, proved at 
Bristol 6 December 1874 by Rev. John 
Mirehouse of Colsterworth, co. Lincolrr, 
and William Edward Mirehouse of 9 
King's Bench Walk, Temple, London, 
Barrister at-Law, the sons, the Exors. 



Mary Cornelia Brunetta, born at Hambrook 
5 July, bapt. at Frenchay 25 October 1841. 

Esther Avarina, born at Hambrook 29 
March, bapt. at Fishponds in May 1843. 

William Edward Mirehouse, born 20 Octo- 
ber, bapt. at Fishponds in December 1844; 
educated at Harrow and Clare College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1870; 
Barrister-at-Law, Member of the Oxford 
Circuit, a Student of Lincoln's Inn i May 
1867, called to the Bar 26 January 1870; 
Recorder of Much Wenlock, co. Salop. 



Millicent Mary, born 17 Sept., bapt. at Easton-in- 
Gordano 30 Nov. 1837; marr. there 17 April i860. 
Rev. Charles Turner Wilton (only son of Henry 
Hooper Wilton of St. Mary de Lode, Gloucester) of 
Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 12 June 1851, 
aged 18, B.A., 1855, M.A. 1858, Vicar of Foy, co. 
Hereford, 1862. =]= 

Philip John Mirehouse, born 21 July, bapt. 29 August 
1838; educated at Harrow and Cambridge ; died in 
Australia in 1S67. 

155 



Arthur William Leigh Mirehouse, born 20 
Aug., bapt. at Easton-in Gordano 27 Nov. 
1839; Captain in 64th Regiment, served 
in Persian War, medal and clasp ; served 
in Bengal and North-West Provinces in 
suppressing the Mutiny 1857-58; with 
Havelock's Column at Defence of Alun- 
bagh, and at Capture of Bareilly ; medal 
and clasp and a year's service for Lucknow. 



Lyhiju^ /^U 



wa-ou<^ 



amp|)Iett of Horselep, to. ^tafforli. 



Arms. — Argent, on a fess between three lozenges azure 

a cinquefoil of the first. 
Crest. — A dromedary sable, bridled proper. 
Motto. — Chi legge regge. 



Edward Amphlett of Horseley House, Tipton, co. Stafford, Broom,= 
Stourbridge, co. Worcester, and 23 Lansdowne Place, Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester (son of Joseph Amphlett of Horseley House, by Mary Davis 
his 2nd wife, dau. of Edward Di.xon of Dudley, co. Worcester, and of 
Ashwood House, Kingswinford, co. Stafford, and grandson of William 
Amphlett of Hadzor, co. Worcester, by Christian his wife, dau. of John 
Amphlett of Clent, co. Worcester) ; born 28 September, bapt. privately 
at Horseley House 4 October, received into the Parish Church, Dudley, 
14 November 1794 ; of Worcester College, Oxford, matriculated 5 March 
1812, aged 17, J. P. for co. Worcester; died at Cheltenham 25 
February, and bur. in the cemetery there 2 March 1867. M.I. Will 
dated 16 April 1863, proved (Prin. Reg., 594, 64) 13 March 1867, by 
Edward Amphlett of 23 Lansdowne Place, Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 
the son, Caroline Amphlett, widow, the relict, and Caroline Ann Todd- 
Naylor, widow, the dau., the Eifors. 



=Caroline,dau. of Jacob 
Turner of Park Hall, 
Kidderminster, co. 
Worcester, by Anne 
his wife, only dau. of 
Thomas Farley of 
Henwick, co. ^Vorces- 
ter; born 26 January, 
bapt. at Kiddermin- 
ster 28 January 1794; 
marr. there 4 June 
1 81 7, died at Kil- 
kerran House, May- 
bole, CO. Ayr, 27 
December 1872, bur. 
at Cheltenham Ceme- 
tery 2 January 1873. 



Lavinia Flora Henrietta,; 
dau. of Benjamin Cuff 
Greenhill of Knowle Hall, 
Bridgwater, co. Somerset, 
by his first wife Henrietta 
Lavinia Macdonald, grand- 
dau. of Flora Macdonald ; 
born at Knowle Hall 21 
May, bapt. at Puriton, co. 
Somerset, 23 December 
1831 ; marr. at the Regis- 
trar's Office, Cheltenham, 
19 March 1851, and again 
at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 19 April 
185 1 ; died at Knowle Hall 
3 April, bur. at Puriton 8 
April 187 1, ist wife. 



=Edward Amphlett of Horseley and 2 Queen's= 
Gate Terrace, London, Lieut. Royal Scots 
Greys ; born at Ashwood House, Kingswin- 
ford, 25 October, bapt. there privately 9 
November 1824, received into the church at 
Park Hall, Kidderminster, 5 January 1825 ; 
died at Benmore, co. Argyle, 23 November, 
bur. at Kilbride, Dunoon, co. Argyle, 28 
November 1887. M.L Will dated 29 June 
1887, proved in the Principal Registry 21 De- 
cember 1887, by Charles Pitt Taylor of 85 
Queen's Gate, co. Middlese.x, one of the Exors. 



^Margaret Louisa 
Maria, dau. of James 
Brewster and grand- 
dau. of Sir David 
Brewster, K.H., 
F.R.S. ;bornatRa- 
mornie. Kettle, co. 
Fife, and bapt. there; 
marr. at St. John's 
Episcopal Church, 
Edinburgh, 30 Oct. 
1873. 2nd wfe. 



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Constance Ellen, dau. of John=j=John Frederick Bridge (eldest son of John=i=Heien Mary Flora, 



Lines Moore of Elm House, 
Hoxne, co. Suffolk, by Cathe- 
rine his wife (nee Pearl) ; born 
at Hoxne 9 August, bapt. there 
5 September 1847; marr. at 
Hoxne 3 April 1872 : died 
there 29 October, bur. in 
Hoxne Churchyard i November 
1879. ist wife. 



Bridge of Smethwick, co. Stafford, by 
Rebecca his wife, dau. of John Cox) ; 
born at Oldbury, co. Worcester, 5 De- 
cember 1844; of Queen's College, 0.x- 
ford, matriculated 2 March 1868, aged 
23, B. Mus. 12 March 1868, D. Mus. 
1874, Organist and Master of the Choris- 
ters of Westminster Abbey 1875, Gresham 
Professor of Music 1890. 



A\ 



born at 23 Lans- 
downe Place, Chel- 
tenham, 24 January 
1852, bapt. there; 
marr. at Westmin- 
ster Abbey 3 Janu- 
ary 1883. 2nd wife. 



A\ 



156 



Mary, born at Kempsey 
House, CO. Worcester, 2 Oc- 
tober, bapt. there privately 6 
October 18 18, received into 
the church at Kempsey 30 
August 18 19; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Dublin, 22 December 
1836, Henry Smyth of the 
Middle Temple, London, Bar- 
rister-at-Law ; she died s.p. at 
Seacombe, co. Chester, 21 
June, bur. at Wallasey, co. 
Chester, 25 June 1838. 



Caroline Ann, born at Broom, ca Stafford, 27 June, bapt. there 
privately 6 July 1828, received into the church there 15 January 
1829; marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 30 April 
1850 (marr. settlement dated 29 April 1850), John Todd-Naylor 
of Aigburth Hill, near Liverpool, and Fulwood Park, co. Lan- 
caster ; born at Wakefield, co. York, 1 1 April, bapt. there privately 
20 April 1823, received into the church at St. John's, Wakefield, 
9 July 1823 ; died s.p. 29 November 1862, bur. at Everton, near 
Liverpool. She died at Torquay, co. Devon, 7 September, bur. at 
the cemetery there 12 September i868> His will dated 9 August 
1862, proved (Prin. Reg., 45, 69) 5 January 1869, by Henry 
Todd-Naylor of 36 Castle Street, Liverpool, co. Lane, the 
brother, one of the Exors. 



Caroline Mary, born at Swyn- 
nerton Park, Stone, co. Stafford, 
21 January, bapt. at Svi-ynnerton 
14 March 1875* 



Catharine Maitland, born 
at Swynnerton Park 7 De- 
cember 1876, bapt. at Swyn- 
nerton 21 January 1877. 



Charles Edward Amphlett, born 
at Muckross Abbey, Killarney, 30 
November 1879, bapt. at Muck- 
cross 11 January 1880. 



Edward Greenhill Amphlett of Horseley and= 
Queen's Gate Terrace, London ; born at Glenbarr 
Abbey, Tarbert, Kintyre, 13 July 1853, bapt. at 
Cheltenham 25 January 1854; of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 23 May 1872, aged 
18, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879, of Lincoln's Inn, 
Barrister-at-Law 7 May 1879. 



=Amye, 4th dau. of Thomas Broughton 
Charlton of Chilwell Hall, co. Nottingham, 
J. P. and D.L., by Fanny Dora his wife, 
dau. of John Walter of Bearwood, co. Berks; 
born at Chilwell Hall 5 November, bapt. at 
Attenborough, co. Nottingham, 11 Decem- 
ber i860; marr. there 7 February 1882. 



Ruth Amye, born at 46 
Cambridge Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London 22 November, 
bapt. at All Saints', Norfolk 
Square, London 26 December 
1882. 



Edward Paul Charlton Amphlett, 
born at Woodside, Clewer Hill, 
Windsor, co. Berks, 23 March, 
bapt. at All Saints', Dedworth, 
Windsor, 7 May 1885. 



Flora Macdonald Maud, born 
at 2 Queen's Gate Terrace 
London, 6 June, bapt. at St. 
Mary Abbot's, Kensington, 
London, 12 July 1893. 



157 




IRatton. 



Arms on rccordin the College of Arms. 
Azure, issuing from the base point a sea 
argent, and thereon a tunny sable, on 
a chief argent a rat passant sable. 

Crest. — An ibex statant guardant 
proper, charged on the body with two 
fleur-de-lis fessewise azure, and resting 
the dexter fore-leg on a shield argent, 
charged with a passion cross sable. 

Motto. — In Deo spero. 



Joseph Louis Ration of Gray Friars, East= 
Hill, Colchester, co. Essex, and of Tavi- 
stock Place, in the parish of St. Pancras, 
London ; born in Pedras Negras, Lisbon, 
Portugal, 14 March, bapt. at the Church 
of St. Christopher, Lisbon, 26 March 1773; 
educated at the University of Saxony 
(founded by the Prince of Hainault 
Dessau); died 23 December 1831, bur. in 
the vaults at St. Pancras. Will dated 10 
November 1831, proved in P.C.C. 29 
February 1832. He was 4th and youngest 
son of Jaques Ratton, a French subject of 
the City of Paris and sometime of Lisbon, 
where he was naturalized as a Portuguese 
subject in 1762, Knight of the Royal Order 
of Christ, Member of Supreme Tribunal of 
Royal Council of Commerce, received an 
exemplification of arms from the Judge of 
Arms of the Nobility of France igDec. 1783, 
appointed a Hidalgo Cavalliero by Prince 
Regent of Portugal by warrant dated at Lis- 
bon 14 Nov. 1802 ; by Anna Isabel his wife, 
youngest dau. of Bernard de Clamouse, 
French Consul at Oporto, Spain. 



=Therese Justinienne 
de Clamouse Browne 
of Oporto, born 
there 14 December 
1786; died 4 July 
1819 ; bur. at the 
Cim^tiere de I'Est- 
Paris. M 1 



James Alban Ratton, Surgeon-Major 3rd Madras Light Cavalry= 
(3rd and youngest son); born 18 March, bapt. at the Catholic 
Church of St. Patrick, Soho Square, co. Middlesex, 27 March 
1814; commissioned as Surgeon in the Hon*"'* East India 
Company's Service 13 March i860 as from 30 Nov. 1859 ; died 
5 March 1865, bur. at Karinga, Central Provinces of India M.I. 
Will dated 28 Dec. 1853, proved with a codicil in the Principal 
Registry 14 Oct. 1865, by Frances Mary Ratton of Highbury 
Park, Highbury, co. Middlesex, the relict and sole Executrix. 




=Frances Mary, 3rd and 
youngest dau. of Marcus 
Supple of St. George's 
Place, Dublin, B.A. 
of the University of 
Dublin ; born at Sligo, 
Ireland, 18 December 
1 8 1 9 ; marr. at the 
Catholic Cathedral, 
Madras, India, 25 Jan- 
uary 1843; died 9 
February, 1 884, bur. 
at Glassnevin Cemetery, 
Dublin, 12 February 
1884. 



Other 
issue. 



Eliza Mary 

Theresa, 

only sur- 

vivingdau.; 

born 12 

November 

1843, bapt. 

at the 

Catholic 

Cathedral, 

Madras. 



Alice Mary, dau. of= 
James Bellord of 
Islington, London ; 
born 20 June 1849; 
marr. at St. John's 
Catholic Church, 
Duncan Terrace, 
Islington, 22 Aug. 
1871 ; died s.p. 30 
Dec. following, bur. 
at the Catholic 
Cemetery, Point de 
Galle, Ceylon. M.I. 
ist wife. 



=James Joseph Louis Ratton of= 
Creswell Park, Blackheath, co. 
Kent, Surgeon-Major (retired) 
Madras Army (eldest son and 
heir); born 16 May 1845, bapt. 
by a Catholic Missionary of 
the Missionaire Etrangeres of 
Paris; commissioned as Assis- 
tant Surgeon 9 March 1868 as 
from 30 Sept. 1867, and as 
Surgeon-Major 22 Dec. 1879 
as from 30 Sept. 1879, Doctor 
of Medicine and Master of 
Surgery of Queen's University, 
Ireland. 

158 



=Marie Adolphine, only dau. of 
John Holroyd Doveton, Brevet 
Lieut. -Colonel 3rd Madras 
Light Cavalry, British Consul 
at Pondicherry, Madras Presi- 
dency, India; born in London 
4 April, bapt. at the French 
Chapel, King Street, Portman 
Square, London, 14 May 1859; 
marr. at the Catholic Cathedral, 
Madras, 7 Dec. 1875; died 27 
Oct. 1890, bur. at Brockley 
Cemetery, co. Kent, 31 Oct. 
1890. 2nd wife. 

B 



John Michael de Verde Ratton of the Island 'of= 
St. Kitts, in the Leeward Islands, M.R.C.S., Edin- 
burgh (2nd and youngest surviving son) ; born on 
board ship off Cape Verde Island 28 September 
1852; died 7 December 1880, bur. at the Catholic 
Cemetery, St. Kitts. 



=Susan, eldest dau. of Francis Tiemey of 
Upper Gloucester Street, Dublin ; bom 
in Dublin 8 January, bapt. 18 January 
1854; marr. at the Catholic Pro Cathe- 
dral, Marlborough Street Dublin, 25 
January 1882. 



I 

Mary, only child, bom 2 March 1884, 
bapt. at the Catholic Church, Basseterre, 
St. Kitts, 18 March 1884. 



Mary Holroyd, Joseph Holroyd Ratton, born 4 Feb- 

born 21 Sep- ruary, bapt. at the Catholic Church, 

tember, bapt. at Chittoor, Madras Presidency, India, 

at the Catholic 11 February 1882. Registered at the 

Cathedral, Ma- Catholic Church, Ranepett Arcot, 

dras, 2 October Madras Presidency. 
1876. 



Marcus Holroyd Ratton, born 15 
October, bapt. at St. Mary's, Black- 
heath, CO. Kent, 23 October 1887. 

Wilfrid Holroyd Ratton, born 9 Octo- 
ber, bapt. at St. Mary's, Blackheath, 
17 October 1890. 



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159 




Exeniplijication of Arins from the fudge of Arms 
of the Nobility of France, 1783. 

Antoine Marie D'Hozier de Sdrigny, Chevalier, Juge d' Armes de la Noblesse de 
France, Chevalier Grand Croix Honoraire de I'Ordre Royal des S'* Maurice et Lazare de 
Sardaigne. 

Sur la requisition qui nous a ^t^ faite de la part du S' Jaques Ration Ecuyer, 
demeurant a Lisbonne en Portugal, fils d'autre Jaques Ratten Ecuyer, mort revetu d'un 
Office de Conseiller Secretaire du Roi, maison, Couronne de France, et de ses Finances, 
de lui regler les Arnioiries timbrees qu'il est en droit de porter, a fin de faire connoitre sa 
noblesse et la possession de ces Armoiries par tout ou besoin sera. 

Vu I'extrait batist^re en bonne forme du dit S"' Jaques Ratton portant qu'il est fils de 
Jaques Raton et de Frangoise Bellon sa femme, qu'il naquit le 7 de Juillet 1736, et qu'il 
fut batise le meme jour en la Paroisse du Monestier de la Ville de Brioncon en Dauphin^; 
plus une copie autentique des Provisions du dit Office de Con'='' Secretaire du Roi, Maison, 
Couronne de France et de ses Finances, donnees en Grande Chancellerie a Paris le 31 
d'Aout 1763 au dit S' Jaques Ratton (p^re) signees sur le repli Par le Roy Cochepin et 
sceliees : sur lequel repli est la prestation de serment fait le meme jour par le dit S"' Jaques 
Ratton pour raison du dit Office fes mains de M. le Garde des Sceaux ; plus aussi I'extrait 
mortuaire du dit Jaques Ratton (pere) tire des Registres de la Paroisse de St. Etienne de 
la Ville de Macon et signe par un Vicaire de la dite Paroisse, dans lequel il est nomme 
et qualifie Messire Jacques Ratton Chevalier de I'Ordre Royal de Christ (en Portugal) 
Con" Secretaire du Roi, Maison, Couronne de France, et de ses Finances, et ou il est dit 
qu'il mourut le 15 de 9''" 1778 age de 61 ans et fut enterr^ le lendemain. 

Nous, en vertu du pouvoir a nous attribue par I'Arret du Conseil du 9 de Mars 1706 
en notre qualite de Judge d'Armes de la Noblesse de France qui nous donne I'inspection 
et ordonnance sur le port des Armoiries, avons regie pour Armes au dit S'^ Jaques Ratton 
Ecuyer un Ecu d'Azur a une Mer d' Argent mouvante de la pointe de I'Ecu sur laquelle 
est un Thon de Sable ; et un Chef aussi d' Argent charge d'un Rat passant aussi de Sable ; 
le dit Ecu timbre d'un Casque de deux tiers orne de ses Lambrequins d'Azur, d' Argent, 
et de Sable. Et afin que le present Brevet de Reglement d'Armoiries, que nous avons 
compris dans nos Registres puisse lui servir et a ses enfants et posterite, males et femelles, 
nes et a naitre en legitime mariage, tant qu'ils vivront noblement et ne feront aucun acte 
de derogeance. Nous I'avons signe et fait contresigner par notre Secretaire qui y a appose le 
Sceau de nos Armes : le tout, sans prejudice du droit d'autrui. A Paris le vendredi dix 
neuvidme jour du mois de Decembre de I'an mil sept cent quatre-vingt-trois. 

D'Hozier de S^rigny. 



Par Monsieur le Juge d'Armes de la Noblesse de France. 

DUPLESSIS. 

160 



Facsimile of a sugar-basin, with the arms 
of Trotman, and on an escutcheon of pretence 
those of Wardcll, in the collection of Frederick 
Arthur Crisp. The tea-pot of the same service 
is in the possession of the Rev. Canon Trotman. 




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Crotman. 



Arms. — Argent, a cross gules between four roses of the same, seeded or, barbed vert. 
Crest. — Between two plumes azure a garb or, banded sable. 



Edward Trotman (son of Rev. Samuel Trotman, M.A., Vicar of= 
Syston and Rector of Newton Purcell, died, aged 49, 28 Nov., 
and bur. at Newton Purcell 2 December 177,3, by Mary, dau. of 
Thomas Newshain of Butlers Marston, co. Warwick), Vicar of 
Radway and Rector of Leamington, bapt. at Syston 18 October 
1760 ; died at Leamington 2 July, bur. there 6 July 1822. M.L 
Will dated 29 December 1802, with codicil 10 March 1806, 
proved 22 October 1822 by Lucy Trotman the relict, power 
reserved, etc., Charles Miller, Clerk, the other Ex"or. (P.C.C. 
552 Herschell.) 



=Lucy, dau. of Peers Newsham, 
Vicar of Harbury and Rector 
of Harborough Magna, co. 
Warwick; born in 1777; marr. 
at Harborough Magna ; died 
at Winchester 29 January, 
bur. there 3 February 1850. 



Mary Susanna, 
born 19 October 
1790 ; died 28 
Sept. 1791. 

Edward Peers 
Trotman, born 
28 December 
1794; died 28 
May 1802. 



Mary, dau. of Nicho-= 
las Earle, Rector of 
Swerford, co. Oxford ; 
bapt. there privately 
17 October 1798, re- 
ceived into the con- 
gregation 27 January 
1 799 ; marr. at Steeple 
Astou, CO. Oxford, 21 
April 182J ; died at 
Dallington, aged 42, 
15 January, bur. there 
21 January 1841. ist 
wife. 



Rev. Fiennes Samuel Trot-= 
man of Sidney Sussex Col- 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 1 819, 
\'icar of Dallington. co. 
Northauts, Rector of Stoke 
Goldington and Gayhurst, 
CO. Bucks, born 24 Octo- 
ber 1796; died at Brighton 
31 January, bur. at Dal- 
lington 6 February 1863. 
Will dated 11 December 
1862, proved 25 Feb. 1863 
by Rev. Edward Francis 
Trotman, Clerk, and Wil- 
liam Charles Trotman the 
sons and Ex'ors. (Princi- 
pal Registry, i863,fo. n8.) 



: Caroline, dau. of George 
Short of Bickham, co. 
Devon, born 21 July 
1800; marr. at Twyford, 
CO. Hants, 23 November 
1842; died at Marshfield, 
CO. Gloucester, aged 90, 
23 April, bur. there 31 
April 1891. Will dated 
26 February 1891, proved 
15 May 1 89 1 by Edward 
Fiennes Trotman the 
Ex'or. (Principal Regis- 
try.) 2nd wife. 



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I I 
Mary Ann, born 2 February 1826, bapt. at 

Dallington; marr. at Wheatley, co. Oxford, 

Rev. Frederick Assheton Lloyd (son of 

William Iremonger Assheton) of Pembroke 

Coll., Oxford, matriculated 13 June 1835, 

aged 19, B.A. 1839, M-A. 1842 ; assumed 

surname of Lloyd in 1872 ; Vicar of Bul- 

lington j8j7 ; he died 14 November 1887. 

Emma Lucy, bom 13 March 1827, bapt. 
at Dallington ; marr. there, 5 August i8jo, 
Henry Edward Sullivan of the Madras 
Civil Service. 



Rev. Edward Fiennes Trotman, Fel-= 
low of New Coll., Oxford, matricu- 
lated 3 September 1847, aged 19, 
Fellow 1847-59, B.C. L. 1855; Vicar 
of South Burcombe, co. Wilts, 1858- 
69; Rector of Langton Matravers, 
CO. Dorset, 1869-76 ; Vicar of Wim- 
bome Minster, co. Dorset, 1876-81 ; 
Rector of Marshtield, co. Gloucester, 
1881 ; Hon. Canon of Bristol Ca- 
thedral 1889; born 24 Apfil 1828. 



=Anne Svmes, 
dau. of Peter 
Cox of Bea- 
minster, co. 
Dorset ; born 
5 March, 
bapt. at Bea- 
minster 12 
July 1836; 
marr. there 3 
May 1859. 



Margaret Anne, 
born 29 August, 
bapt. at Bur- 
combe, CO. Wilts, 
27 September 
i860. 



Fiennes Trotman of 
Beaminster, Solicitor, 
admitted 1886, born 
4 February, bapt. at 
Burcombe 9 March 
1862. 



Edward Peter 
Trotman, bom 
2 March, bapt. 
at Burcombe 5 
April 1863. 

161 



I 

Charles News- 
ham Trotman, 
born 28 April, 
bapt. at Bur- 
combe 29 May 
1864. 



William Wyke- 
ham Trotman, 
bom 31 October, 
bapt. at Bur- 
combe 6 Decem- 
ber i86j. 



Emma Maria, Lucy, born 21 February 1806, bapt. at Radway 
born 9 July the same day ; marr. at Dallington, co. North- 
1800 ; died 9 ants, 22 December 1823, William John Wick- 
May 1802. ham of St. Thomas, Winchester; she died at 

Stoke Abbott, co. Dorset, 3 August, bur. at 

Winchester 8 August 1883. 



Henry Peers Trot- 
man, born 13 
April 1829, bapt. 
atDallington;died, 
aged 14, as a 
scholar at Win- 
chester Coll., 12 
December, bur. in 
the Cloisters there 
16 Dec. 1843. 



I I 

Margaret, born 2 Oct. 1830, Rev. Walter 

bapt. at Dallington ; marr. Samuel Trot- 
there, 2 Feb. 1859, Rev. Ed- manof Exeter 
ward Elton (son of John Elton Coll., Oxford, 
of Kedland, co. Gloucester), matriculated 
of Balliol Coll., Oxford, matri- 14 May 1851, 
culated 22 March 1834, aged aged 18, B.A. 
17, B.A. 1837, M.A. 1841, 185J, Chap- 
Vicar of Wheatley, co. Ox- lain in India, 
ford, 1 849-84, Rector of Born 1 1 June 
Sherrington 1884. 1832. 



William Charles Trotman, 
Fellow of New College, 
Oxford, matriculated 24 
March 1852, aged 18, Fel- 
low 1852-68, B.A. 1857, 
M.A. 1858, a student of 
the Middle Temple 1856, 
Solicitor at Calcutta. Born 
28 Jan. 1834, bapt. at Dal- 
lington ; died 3 Sept., bur. 
at Wimborne Minster, co. 
Dorset, j September 1879. 



Henry Leigh Trotman, born Angela Mary, born 7 April, Sybil, born 13 April, bapt. at 

18 May, bapt. at Burcombe bapt. at Langton Matravers, Langton Matravers 14 May 

30 May 1867. CO. Dorset, 15 May 1870. 1874. 

Francis Earle Trotman, bom Lucy Evelyn, born 7 August, Dorothy, born 13 Dec. 1876, 

12 January, bapt. at Bur- bapt. at Langton Matravers 15 bapt. at Wimborne Minster, co. 

combe 18 February 1869. September 1872. Dorset, 10 January 1877. 



Rev. Arthur Lawrence 
Trotman of St. Mary's 
Hall, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 22 October 1867, 
aged 32, B.A. 1869, 
M.A. 1874, born 23 
May 1835. 

Georgina Louisa, born 
10 June 1838; died 24 
December 1839. 



Ellen, born 2 February 
1839, bapt. at Dalling- 
ton ; marr. at Parish 
Church, Brighton, in 
1861, Arthur Robert 
Wickham (son of Wil- 
liam John Wickham 
of St. Thomas, Win- 
chester) of New Col- 
lege, Oxford, matri- 
culated 13 Oct. 1856, 
aged 18, B.A. i860. 



I 
Charles Hare 
Trotman (twin 
with Mary 
Georgina), in 
the Indian 
Army, born 5 
January 1840. 



Mary Georgina (twin with 
Charles Hare), born 5 January 
1840, bapt. at Dallington; 
marr. at Parish Ch., Brighton, 
22 July 1862, Rev. Edward 
Valentine Buckle (son of Rev. 
William Lewis Buckle of Pyr- 
ton, CO. Oxford) of Lincoln 
Coll., Oxford, matriculated 14 
June 1849, aged 18, B.A. 
1853, M.A. 1856, Vicar of 
Banstead 1865. 




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J 6a 



2^ej)narlJ of ^unlierlantituicfe, anti 
Hobsreen, to, gcrfe. 



Anne, only dau. of- 
Richard Peirse of 
Thimbleby, co. York, 
by his wife Rachel, 
sister of William 
Bayne of Ripon, and 
widow of James Shaw 
Williamson of Mel- 
ton Hill, East Riding 
Yorks ; born at Ripon 
15 October 1751, and 
bapt. there ; marr. 26 
February 1791. ist 
wife. 



^Horner Reynard of Hobgreen and Sunderland-" 
wick, eldest son of William Reynard of Hob- 
green in the parish of Markington, West Riding 
Yorks, by his wife Mary, dau. and eventual heir 
of George Horner of Woodale, co. York ; born 
at Ripon 11 December 1764 (old Family Bible) ; 
was commissioned as Captain of a Company of 
Rifle Volunteers Infantry 17 August 1803, the 
commission signed by Wentworth I-'itzwilliam ; 
in 181 2 his maternal uncle Simon Horner of 
Sunderiandwick and Prospect Place, Hull, Mer- 
chant, made over to him the manor and estates 
of Sunderiandwick. He went to reside at Sunder- 
iandwick in October 181 2, and died at that place, 
aged 70, 2 April, bur. at Button Cranswick 
Church 10 April 1834. 



^Ursula, dau. of Ed- 
ward Elwick of Ain- 
derby House, co. 
York ; born in May 
1785 ; marr. 2 March 
1804 ; died at Sunder- 
iandwick 24 July, 
bur. at Button Crans- 
wick Church 30 July 
iSji. M.I. 2nd u ife. 




Rachel, only child, 
bom at Ripon 4 
June 1792 i marr. 
in 181 2 Charles 
Whitaker; she died 
at Melton Bill, 
East Riding Yorks, 
aged 82, 3 Janu- 
ary, bur. at Welton 
9 January 1874. 



I 

Mary Anna, born 
at Bobgreen 1 2 
January 1805; 
marr. at Button 
Cranswick, 4 
May 183 1, Wil- 
liam Barkworth 
of Cams Cottage, 
CO. Bants, 3rd 
son of John Bark- 
worth of Tranby, 
East Riding 
Yorks ; she died 
s.p. at Leeds 24 
December 1886. 



Edward Borner Reynard of Sun-= 
derlandwick and Bobgreen, born 
at Ripon 17 April 1808, bapt. 
there ; succeeded his father in the 
Sunderiandwick and Bobgreen 
estates ; educated at Barrow and 
Lincoln College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 12 October 1827, aged 19, 
B.A. 1 83 1, a Student of Lincoln's 
Inn 1829; was for many years in 
the Yorkshire Bussar Yeomanry ; 
was a J. P. and D.L. for the East 
Riding of Yorkshire ; died at 
Bournemouth 23 January, bur. at 
Button Cranswick Church 29 
January^i883. 



§ A'. (^2^yn.a^ 



^Elizabeth, only child 
by 2nd marr., and co- 
heir of Thomas Mason 
of Copt Bewick Hall, 
near Ripon, by his 
2nd wife, Margaret, 
2nd dau. of William 
Paterson of Braehead, 
near Kilmarnock; born 
at Copt Bewick Ball 
5 April 1828, bapt. at 
Sharow Church ; marr. 
at Ripon Minster 24 
Feb. 1846 ; died at 
Scarborough 19 Oct., 
bur. at Button Crans- 
wick 24 Oct. 1891. 



163 



Jane Francf;;, b(irn 
1809 ; died uiimarr. 
at Sunderlandwick 
3 Ma}', bur. at 
Hutton Cranswick 
10 May 1842. 

Catherine Anne, 
born 181 1 ; died 
unmarr. at Sunder- 
landwick 26 May, 
bur. at Hutton 
Cranswick 9 June 



William Simon 
Reynard, born 
at Sunderland- 
wick 1813 ; died 
at P'ulham 23 
February 1827, 
bur. in the 
chancel of Ful- 
ham Church. 



George Horner Reynard (twin= 
with Robert), born at Sunder- 
landwick 7 Feb., bapt. at Hutton 
Cranswick 28 February iSi^; 
had from his father property at 
Middlesmoor, which he sold ; 
he assumed by Royal Licence the 
30 Nov. 1 864 the arms and name 
of Cookson in addition to those 
of Reynard ; was of Whitehill 
Park, CO. Durham, in right of 
his wife ; died at York 28 March, 
bur. at Chester-le-Street, co. 
Durham, 4 April 1876. 



I 
John George Reynard- 
Cookson, born 10 June 
1847, a Lieutenant 12th 
Lancers ; died unmarr. 
in London 28 January, 
bur. at Chester-le-Street 
4 February 1875. 



Julia Augusta, born 2 March 185 1 ; 
niarr. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, 18 December 1873, Pryce 
Bowman Hamilton (only son of John 
Hamilton of Llilstou Park, co. Alon- 
mouth, by Anne his wife, dau. of 
Pryce Jones of Cyfronydd, co. Mont- 
gomery), born II April 1844; J. P. 
for CO. Monmouth; late Captain 13th 
Hussars. =p 



■Augusta Sarah, 2nd 
dau. of John Cook- 
son of Whitehill Park, 
CO. Durham ; born 22 
June 1823 ; inherited 
from her father the 
Whitehill Park estates; 
marr. at Chester-le- 
Street 18 June 1846; 
died at Whitehill Park 
17 October, bur. at 
Chester-le-Street 25 
October 1872. 



Lutwidge Dunbar Reynard- 
Cookson, born 20 November 
1856; marr., 8 April 1878, 
Elizabeth Scholfield ; he died 
s.p. at Scarborough 5 August, 
bur. at Chester-le-Street 8 
August 1878. 



Catherine Ursula, born 
at Sunderlandwick 22 
August, bapt. at Great 
Dritfield 13 October 
1847 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Sq., 
London, 9 November 
1874, Captain Charles 
Compton Rising, R.N., 
2nd son of Robert Ris- 
ing of Horsey, co. Nor- 
folk ; she died 8 Decem- 
ber 1890. 



Frederick Reynard= 
of Sunderlandwick 
and Hobgreen, born 
at Sunderlandwick 
4 December 1848, 
bapt. at Great Drif- 
field, CO. York, 24 
Feb. 1 849 ; educated 
at Harrow ; late a 
Capt. in East York 
Militia; J. P. for 
the East and West 
Ridings of York, 
and D.L. for East 
Riding. 



■Edith Maria Gream, 
2nd dau. and coheir 
of Edward Lloyd of 
Lingcroft, near 

York, by his wife 
Rosabella Susan, 
dau. of George 
Lloyd of Cowesby, 
CO. York ; born at 
Holtby, CO. York, 
24 October 1858; 
marr. at Naburn, 
near York, 22 April 
1879. 



I 
Claude Edward Reynard, 
born at Lingcroft 9 Febru- 
ary, bapt. at Naburn 28 
March 1880. 



Algernon Horner Reynard, born at 
Sunderlandwick 8 August, bapt. at 
Hutton Cranswick 7 Sept. 1884; 
died at Sunderlandwick 5 March, bur. 
at Hutton Cranswick 9 March 1890. 



I I 
Charles Edward Reynard, 

born at Sunderlandwick 8 

fan. 1850, bapt. at Great 

Driffield; a Lieut. R.N. ; 

served on H.M. Ships 

"Wolverine," "Aurora," 

" Audacious," etc. ; died 

unmarr. at Bournemouth 

14 March 1879, bur. in the 

churchyard of Branksome, 

near Bournemouth. 

Margaret Elizabeth, born 
at Copt Hewick Hall 2 
January, bapt. at Sharrow, 
and bur. there 6 Jan. 1851. 



Charles Frederick Reynard, 
born at Sunderlandwick 14 
January, bapt. at Hutton 
Cranswick j March 1889. 



164 



Robert Reynard (twin with George), 
born at Sundeilandwick 7 February, 
bapt. at Hutton Cranswick 28 February 
1815 ; Lieut, i/tii Lancers and after- 
wards Captain in Rifle Brigade, retired 
1848; marr. at All Saints' Church, 
Hessle, CO. York, 20 February 1845, 
Mary Ann, only dau. of Thomas Bent- 
ley Lock of Hessle Mount ; he died at 
Harrogate 29 March, bur. at South 
Stainley, co. York, 3 April 1858. 



Charles Reynard, born at- 
Sunderlandwick 4 December, 
bapt. at Hutton Cranswick 
16 December 1 816 ; of Wor- 
cester Coll., Oxford, matricu- 
lated 25 October 1836, aged 
19 ; resided at Hobgreen and 
Norwood House, Beverley ; 
he purchased Nether Hall, 
Nafferton, co. York, in 1872 ; 
died at Nafferton 31 October, 
bur. at South Stainley Church 
3 November 1892. 



^Helen Elizabeth, only 
dau. of William Higgens 
of Fairfield House, co. 
Hants, by his 1st wife, 
Elizabeth, dau. of Mr. 
Froding of Odessa, a 
Merchant ; born at 
Highgatein 181 7; marr. 
at Hambledon, co. 
Hants, 9 July 1839. 



Rev. William Reynard, 
born at Hobgreen 17 
August 1840; educated 
at Durham ; M.A. ; 
Rector of Willingham 
by Stow, CO. Lincoln; 
marr., 3 1 December 
1874, Caroline Anne, 
dau. of John Ashton ; 
he died s.p. at Willing- 
ham I August, bur. 
there 5 August 1878. 



Emily Jane, bom 
at Hobgreen 1 8 
October 1842; 
married at St. 
Mary's, Beverley, 
i2Novemberi863, 
Robert Couldwell 
Clarke of Noble- 
thorpe, near Silk- 
stone (who died 
December 1874). 



Mary Catherine, 
bom at Hob- 
green in 1844; 
marr. at Harro- 
gate, in fanuary 
i87i,Capt.Wil- 
liam Henry Key 
of Fulford Hall, 
near York (eld- 
est son of Rev. 
Samuel Key, 
B.A., of Ful- 
ford), late 58th 
Regt.; J. P. and 
D.L. for East 
Riding of York- 
shire, nr 



Henry Leo-- 
nard Rey- 
nard, born 
at Hobgreen 
6 May 1845. 



Helen Emily, born 
at Punta Arenas, 
South America, 13 
May 1882, bapt. 
on board H.^LS. 
"Triumph." 



Edward William 
Reynard, born at 
Santiago di Chili 
27 July 1884, 
bapt. at Punta 
Arenas by Rev. 
T. Bridges. 



Henriette Marie 
Lucy, born on the 
Straits of Magel- 
lan 1 4 March 
1886, bapt. at 
Fulford, near 
York. 



Charles Henry 
Reynard, born 
on the Straits 
of Magellan 15 
August 1888'; 
died 30 Aug. in 
the same year. 



=Marie Aime, dau. 
of til. Domange, 
and widow of M. 
Roie of Monte 
Video ; born in 
Paris 3 November 
1 849 ; marr. at the 
Hotel de la Paix, 
Monte Video, 

South America, 29 
August i88oj 



Henry Robert Wil- 
liam Reynard, born 
in York 10 May 
1890, bapt. at St. 
Lawrence's, York. 



Eleanor Blanche, born at Sunderlandwick 1 1 February, 
bapt. at Great Driffield 19 May 1853 ; marr. at St. Peter's 
Catholic Church, Scarborough, 28 April 1873, Arthur 
Cecil Tempest of Broughton Hall, Skipton in Craven, 
and of Coleby Hall, co. Lincoln, Major nth Hussars 
(2nd son of the late Henry Tempest of Heaton, co. Lan- 
caster, by Jemima his wife, dau. of Sir Thomas de 
Trafford of Trafford, co. Lancaster, Bart.), bora at 
Croston Hall, co. Lancaster, 2 June 1837, bapt. there 
next day ; J. P. for Lincolnshire. 

{See Tempest Pedigree, Vol. II., page 142.) 



Martin Mason Reynard of Otterbury 
Tower, CO. Northumberland, born at 
Sunderlandwick 23 January 18^5, 
bapt. at Great Driffield ; educated at 
Uppingham; J. P. for East Riding 
York ; marr. at the Oratory Church, 
Brompton, London, 12 July 1892, 
Eleanor Mary, dau. of the late Tho- 
mas Chapman of Liverpool and 
Seaforth, co. Lancaster. 



165 



Susan Anne, born at Norwood House, 
Beverley, 15 November 1850 ; marr. 
at Silkstone, 12 February 1873, the 
Rev. Charles Slingsby Atkinson (son 
of Rev. Thomas Atkinson of Raskelfe, 
CO. York) of St. Edmund's Hall, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 12 October 1861, 
aged 18, B.A. 1864; Rector of Kirby 
Sigston, CO. York, 1880. 



Robert Eroding Rey-: 
nard of H.M. Home 
Office, born at Nor- 
vi'ood House, Beverley, 
22 June, bapt. at St. 
Mary's there 1 1 Sep- 
tember 1857. 



rAgnes, eldest dau. of William 
Peter of Rockbank, Gisborne, 
Victoria, by his wife Janet, dau. 
of Adam Dixon of Lauder; 
born 18 April 1861 ; marr. at 
St. John's, Paddington, London, 
22 May 1885. 



Francis Peter Reynard, 
bom in London 6 
March, bapt. at All 
Saints', Norfolk Square, 
Paddington, 24 April 
1886. 



Helen Margaret, born 
in London 18 June, 
bapt. at All Saints', 
Norfolk Square, Pad- 
dington, 12 July 1888. 



Francis Horner Reynard of Firby= 
Hall, near Malton, born at Sunder- 
landwick4 November 1857, bapt. 
at Great Driffield 3 Jan. 1858; 
educated at Harrow; Captain pth 
Lancers, retired 1892. 



Rachel, born at Firby Hall 
7 March 1893, bapt. at 
Westow, CO. York. 



=Maud Frances, 2nd dau. and coheir 
of Marmaduke Whitaker of Brecka- 
more Hall, co. York, by his wife 
Gertrude Mary, dau. of Basil Tho- 
mas Woodd of Conyngham Hall, 
Knaresborough, co. York ; marr. at 
St. Michael's, Malton, 4 June 1888. 



I 
Charles Horner Reynard, born 

at Firby Hall 26 February 1894, 

bapt. at Westow. 



I 
Charlotte Eliza, born 
at Sunderlandwick 27 
February 1859, bapt. 
at Great Driffield ; 
marr. at Coleby, near 
Lincoln, 28 October 
1893, Gervase Mark- 
ham of Eden House, 
near Malton. 



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166 



iBubrp. 



Arms. — Argent, a lion rampant sable, crowned, armed, and langued gules. 
Crest. — A lion rampant sable, crowned, armed, and langued gules. 



Peter Aime Ouvry (eldest son of Peter Ouvry and- 
Francisca his wife, dau. and coheir of Aime Garnault 
of Bulls Cross, Eutield, Treasurer of New River 
Company), born at 3.30 a.m. 12 July, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Spitalfields, 18 August 1766; died at East 
Acton 29 May, bur. at Acton 5 June 1830. Will 
dated 7 May 1825, proved 2 July 1830 by Sarah 
Amelia Ouvry, relict and Executri.x. (P.C.C.) 



j^a^. 






rSarah Amelia, elder dau. of John Henry 
Delamain of Berners Street and East 
Acton; born 21 June '786; marr. in 
1 8 10; died at Meutmore, co. Bucks, 9 
February, bur. at Acton 14 February 
1857. Will dated 17 February 1853, 
proved 23 February 1857 by Rev. Peter 
Thomas Ouvry, Clerk, and Frederic 
Ouvry, sons and Ex'ors. (P.C.C.) 



Jane, dau. of Sir George- 
Nicholls, K.C.B., of 
Hyde Park Street, Lon- 
don, by Harriet his wife, 
dau. of Brough Maltby 
of Shelton, co. Notts ; 
born at Southwell 20 
May, bapt. there 24 May 
1819; marr. at St. 
John's, Paddington, 21 
July 1846; died at Wing 
8 January, bur. there 12 
Jan. 1856. 1st wife. 

{See Nicholts Pedi- 
gree, Vol. II., page 49.) 



^Peter Thomas Ouvry of East Acton, co." 
Middx., and Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1834, M.A. 1837, Vicar of Wing, 
CO. Bucks, 1850, resigned 1885; J. P. 
for Bucks ; born at j.4_5 p.m. 19 October, 
bapt. at Westminster 5 December i8ti ; 
died at East Acton 2 June, bur. at Wing 
5 June 1891. Will dated 3 October 
1888, proved 30 June 1891. 



=Anne Louisa, dau. of John 
Grubbof Horsendon House, 
CO. Bucks, by Sarah Anne 
his wife, dau. of Rev. Wil- 
liam Henry Carrington, 
Rector of Holy Trinity, 
Exeter,and Perpetual Curate 
of Ide, CO. Devon ; born at 
Horsendon 7 Dec. 1831, 
bapt. there 8 January 1832; 
marr. at Speen, near New- 
bury, 26 Oct. 1858 ; died at 
Wing 17 April, bur. there 
22 April 1884. 2nd wife. 

(■See Gruble Pedigree, 
Vol. I., page 3a.) 

B 



I 
Francisca Cathe- 
rine, bom at 
Leighton Buz- 
zard at 6 A.M. 18 
June, bapt. at 
Old Linslade Ch. 
6 August 1848 ; 
died at Wing 23 
November, bur. 
there 27 Novem- 
ber 1854. 



Mary Grace, bom at Wing at 
5.1; A.M. 20 July, bapt. there 
18 August i8jO ; marr. there, 
9 Sept. 1880, Henry George 
Willink of Burghfield, near 
Reading (son of William Wil- 
liamson Willink of Liverpool 
and 3 Hyde Park Street, Lon- 
don, Secretary to the Public 
Works Loan Commissioners, 
by Catherine Harriet his wife, 
dau. of Sir George Nicholls, 
K.C.B.), born at Liverpool 10 
July 1851, bapt. there; of 
Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 9 June 1870, aged 
18, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1877; 
Barrister - at - Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1877 ; J. P. for Berks. 



I. . .1 

Harriet Delamain, bom at Wing Emily Jane, 

at 10 A.M. 10 January, bapt. 15 bornatWing 

Feb. 1852; marr. at Wing, 24 at 3.20 a.m. 

May 1883, Gerard Collingwood 24 February, 

Clark of Ealing (only son of bapt. 7 May 

the Venerable George Clark of 1854; died 

Robeston Wathen, Narberth, 5 July, bur. 

S. Wales, Archdeacon of St. at Wing 10 

David's), born at Cantley Par- July 1834. 

sonage, co. York, 6 November, 

bapt. at Cantley Church 21 

Dec. 1845; "f Uni verity Coll., 

O.xford, matriculated 28 Jan. 

1865, aged 19, B.A. 1869, M.A. 

1873 ; Colonel ist V.B. Royal 

Fusiliers. 



A> 



167 



Henry Aime Ouvry of= 
the Salterns, Lymington, 
CO. Hants, born at Abing- 
don Street, Westminster, 
10 March, bapt. at West- 
minster 29 April 1813 ; 
entered 68th Light In- 
fantry 1833 ; served 
throughout the Punjab 
Campaign, 3rd Light Dra- 
goons ; commanded 4th 
Lancers before Delhi 1857 
until appointed A.D.C. to 
Sir Charles Wilson, whom 
he attended during assault 
(thanked by Governor- 
General in Council), com- 
manded Cavalry Brigade 
of moveable column after 
the fall of the city ; pre- 
sent at Relief of Lucknow 
and created C.B.; retired 
1863 as Colonel of 9th 
Lancers. 



= Matilda Hannah, 
dau. of Col. John 
Delamain, C.B., of 
the Indian Army ; 
born at Baring 
Place, near Exeter, 
II Dec. 1834, 
bapt. at Heavitree, 
CO. Devon, 8 Jan. 
1835; marr. at All 
Saints', Norfolk 
Square, Padding- 
ton, 1 7 January 
1854. 



Frederic Ouvry of 12 Queen Anne=Emily Anna, 
Street, London, and Riverside, dau. of Rev. 
Maidenhead, bom at 2.45 a.m. George Proc- 
20 October, bapt. at Westminster tor, D.D., 
24 November 1814; admitted a Rector of 
Solicitor at Trinity 1837; Presi- Hadley, near 
dent Incorporated Law Society Barnet; marr. 
1871-72; President of Society of at Bray, near 
Antiquaries 1876-78 ; died in Maidenhead, 
Queen Anne Street 26 June, bur. 28 Septem- 
in Acton Churchyard 30 June ber 1854. 
1881. Will dated 28 November 
1876, proved Principal Registry 
24 August 1 88 1 by Rev. Peter 
Thomas Ouvry of Wing, Clerk, 
the brother, and Frederick Willis 
Farrer and Thomas Henry Love- 
less, the Ex'ors. 






Arthur Garnault Ouvry, 
born atWing at 3.45 a.m. 
4 November, bapt. there 
4 December 1859; of 
Wadham Coll., Oxford, 
matriculated 24 January 
1879, aged 19, B.A. 
1882 ; a Student of Lin- 
coln's Inn 1880 ; died 
at Davos-Platz, Switzer- 
land, 7 April 1885, bur. 
there. 



f 



John Delahaize Ouvry, born= 
at Wing at 4.50 p.m. 17 Au- 
gust, bapt. there 2 October 
1 861 ; of Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1883, M.A. 
1887, ordained Deacon 16 
June 1889, Priest 1890, 
Curate of Stokenham, South 
Devon, 1889, Curate of 
Alton, CO. Hants, 1891, Rec- 
tor of Elston, CO. Notts, 1893. 



c/, 4- /W^. 



=Mary Frances Hen- 
rietta, eldest dau. of 
William Robinson 
Hill, M.D., of Lym- 
ington ; born 2 j 
January 1867, bapt. 
at Lymington 18 
March 1868 ; marr. 
there 28 August 
1889. 



I 

Constance Sarah 
Louisa, born at 
Wing at 5.50 p.m. 
I May, bapt. 
there 7 June 
1863 ; died there 
24 April, bur. 
there 28 April 



Dorothy Delahaize, bom at Frogmore, 
South Devon, 27 May, bapt. at Sher- 
ford 6 July 1890. 



Marjorie Delahaize, born at Alton 
1 7 July, bapt. at Lymington 8 
September 1892. 



168 



I 

John North Ouvry-North, bom 
at Westminster 13 January, bapt. 
there 26 April 1817, Lieut. 87th 
Royal Irish Fusiliers 18,36, 
ordained 1848, B.A. of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, 1849, M-A. 
1852, Vicar of Mentmore, co. 
Bucks, 1848-62, Rural Dean of 
Ealing 1869; took additional name 
of North under will of his uncle 
by marriage, John North of East 
Acton ; died at East Acton 4 Nov., 
bur. 10 November 1876. Will 
dated 13 June 1876, codicil 27 
September 1876, proved in Lon- 
don 2 December 1876. 



I 

Francisca Ingram, bom 

at Westminster 29 No- 
vember 1 818, bapt. at 
St. John's, Westminster, 
26 January 1819; died 
at Lymington i May, 
bur. at Acton 6 May 
1876. Will dated 27 
March 187 1, proved in 
Principal Registry 3 
June 1876 by Rev. 
Peter Thomas Ouvry, 
Frederic Ouvry, and Rev. 
John North Ouvry- 
North, brothers and 
Ex'ors. 



I 
Sarah Mary, bom at E, Acton 30 

NLiy 1822, bapt. 23 March 1824; 

marr. at Mentmore, co. Bucks, 26 

|uly 1B58, Francis Sibson, M.D., 

F.R.S., born at Cross Canonby, 

CO. Cumberland, 21 September 

1810, bapt. at St. Peter's Episcopal 

Church, Edinburgh ; Hon, M.D. 

of Trinity College, Dublin, Hon. 

LL.D. of Durham ; he died at 

Geneva 7 September, bur. at Acton 

14 September 1876. Will dated 

27 July 1 861, proved 8 November 

1876. 




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I J 

Francisca Magdalene, born at Wing 
at 1.45 A.M. 2 December 1864, bapt. 
there 5 February 1865. 

Ernest Carrington Ouvry of East 
Acton, matriculated at Wadham Col- 
lege, Oxford, 19 October i88j, aged 
19, born at Wing at 4.15 a.m., 2 
July, bapt. there 5 August i866; 
admitted a Solicitor November 1891. 



I I 
Aimee Beatrice Anne, born 

at Wing at 1.50 a.m. 31 
August, bapt. there 4 Oct. 
1868. 

Peter Arnold Ouvry, born 
at Wing at 11.20 a.m. 2 
January, bapt. there 5 
March 1871. 



Ethel Anne Eliza, born at 
Wing at I P.M. 12 July, bapt. 
there i September 1872. 

Nona Margaretta, born at 
Wing at 1.40 A.M. 14 De- 
cember 1873, bapt. there i 
February 1874; died 24 Janu- 
ary, bur. in Wing Church- 
yard 29 January 1875. 



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3(ermpn. 



Arms. — Sable, a crescent between two mullets in pale argent. 
Crest. — A talbot passant argent, ducally gorged or. 
Motto. — Nee ab Oriente, nee ab Occidente. 



Peter Jermyn of Halesworth, co. Suffolk (son of=pSarah, dau. and coheir of George Bitton of 



Peter Jermyn, by Elizabeth his wife, and dau. and 
coheir of Dr. Samuel Rye), born at Halesworth i8 
June, bapt. there 17 July 1766; died 9 July, bur. 
in Halesworth Church 13 July 1797. 



Uggeshall, co. Suffolk, born there 30 June, 
bapt. there 7 July 1768; raarr. there 12 
March 1789; died at Halesworth 3 October, 
bur. at Uggeshall 7 October 1794. 



Catherine, dau. of Hugh Row-: 
land, Keeper of the Queen's 
Privy Purse, by Ann his wife, 
dau. of Christopher Beck ; born 
at St. James's Palace 18 Au- 
gust, bapt. at St. Martin's-in- 
the- Fields 16 September 1792; 
marr. there 29 IMarch 1815 ; 
died at Swaffham Prior 20 
January, bur. there 26 January 
1828. 1st wife. 



:Rev. George Bitton Jermyn= 
of Caius College and Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge, LL.B. 
1814, LL.D. 1826, born at 
Halesworth 2 November, 
bapt. there 4 November 17 89; 
died in the island of Madda- 
lena, Sardinia, 2 March 
1857, bur. in the island of 
San Stephano. 



^Anne Maria, dau. and coheir of 
Rev. Henry Fly, D.D., of 
Brasenose College, Oxford, 
" Confessor to His Majesty's 
Household" (died at St. James's 
Palace 10 August 1833, aged 
89) ; marr. at Willesden 3 De- 
cember 1828; died at Swaffham 
Prior 5 December, bur. there 
9 December 1830. 2nd wife. 



Anna Maria, born at Swaffham Prior 5 De- 
cember, bapt. there 29 December 1830 ; 
died there 7 January, bur. there 12 January 
1831. 



I. 
Paulina Jermyn, born: 
at Hawkedon,co. Suf- 
folk, 25 January, bapt. 
there 27 Jan. 1816; 
marr. at Swaffham 
Prior 21 May 183 5 ; 
died at Neufchatcl, 
Switzerland, 13 May, 
bur. there 15 May 
1866. ist wife. 



= Sir Walter Calverley Trevelyan, 6th Bart.,= 
of Nettlecombe Court, Taunton (son of 
Sir John Trevelyan, 5th Bart., by Maria 
his wife, dau. of Sir Thomas Spencer 
Wilson, Bart., of Charlton, co. Kent), bom 
31 March, bapt. at Wallington, Hartburn, 
CO. Northumberland, 3 April 1797; of 
University College, Oxford, matriculated 
26 April 1 816, aged 18, B.A. 1820, M.A. 
1822 ; J. P. and D.L. for counties of 
Somerset and Northumberland, High 
Sheriff' 1850; died 23 March, bur. at 
Cambo, co. Northumberland, 27 March 
1879. 



iLaura Capel, dau. of Capel 
Lofft of Troston Hall, co. 
Suffolk, by his 2nd wife 
Sarah Finch ; born at Troston 
27 July, bapt. there privately 
17 August 1804; marr. at 
Pakenham 11 July 1867; 
died 2 April, bur. at Camljo 
9 April 1879. 2nd wife. 



17c 



I I 

Henry Jermyn, born at Hales- Elizabeth Susannah Mary, born 

worth 5 May, bapt. there 1 1 at Halesworth, bapt. there 9 

May 1791 ; died at Peasenhall November 1792; died there 22 

21 December, bur. at Sibton 28 May, bur. there 27 May 1795. 
December 18 19. 



I 
Marianne, born at Halesworth 

20 August 1794, bapt. there 
same day ; died there 4 Oc- 
tober, bur. there 10 October 
1795- 



Georgiana Spring, 
born at Hawke- 
don 2 April 181 7, 
bapt. there same 
day ; died at 
Hawkedon 22 
April, bur. there 
25 April 1 81 7. 



Helena Margaret Jermyn, born at Littleport, Isle of Ely, 
10 November, bapt. there 20 December 1818 ; niarr. 
at St. John's, Westminster, 27 May 1841, John Arthur 
Power of Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1832, M.A. 
1835, M.L. 1838, Fellow and M.D., born at Market 
Bosworth 18 March, bapt. there 14 June 181 1 ; died at 
Bedford 4 June, bur. there 12 June 1886; she died at 
Bedford 11 October, bur. there 15 October 1892. 



Turenne Jermyn, 
born at Swaffliam 
Prior 3 1 August, 
bapt. there 21 Oct. 
1822 ; Lieut. Bom- 
bay Army ; died at 
Baroda, India, 15 
October 1847, bur. 
there. 



Katherine, dau. of Lieut. -= 
Col. Joseph Chambers of 
Oxford and late of the 
Bengal Native Infantry, 
by Maria his wife, dau. 
of Sir John Page Wood, 
Bart. ; bom at Landour, 
India, 9 December 1852 ; 
marr. at St. John's, Tor- 
quay, 3 February 1873; 
died at Oxford 24 Febru- 
ary, bur. at Holywell, 
Oxford, I March 1875. 
1st wife. 



:Rev. Edmund Jerm}'n of^ 
Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 18 May 
1864, aged 18, B.A. 1869, 
M.A. 1 87 1, born at Can- 
terbury 17 October, bapt. 
at St. Mary Abbotts, Ken- 
sington, 20 Nov. 184^ ; 
Chaplain to Bengal Es- 
tablishment from 1876; 
Rector of Newenden, co. 
Kent, 1894. 



^Constance Barre, dau. of 
Charles Paget Car- 
michael, C.S.I., of Ben- 
gal Civil Service and 
Hove, West Brighton, 
by Georgina Rebecca 
his wife, dau. of Canon 
Judge ; born at Naini 
Tal, India, 10 Septem- 
ber, bapt. there 6 Octo- 
ber 1 80; marr. there 
8 October 1878. 2nd 
wife. 



Agnes, born at 
Canterbury 24 
Sept., bapt. at 
St. Mary Ab- 
botts, Kensing- 
ton, 10 No- 
vember 1847. 



II II 
Dorothy Paulina, Hugh Carmichael Edmund Arthur Charles Rush- 
born at Benares, Jermyn, born at Jermyn, born at brook Jermyn, 
India, 4 Jan., bapt. Naini Tal 1 1 Au- Naini Tal 1 1 Au- born at Al 
there 25 Jan. 1880 ; gust 1881, bapt. gust 1881, bapt 
died at Naini Tal same day ; died same day. 
17 August 1 88 1, there 12 August 
and bur. there. 1881. 



Lancelot Ambrose 
Scudamore Jer- 
myn, born at Al- 
mora 10 August, 
October, bapt. bapt. there 1 9 Sep- 
there 16 No- tember 1886. 
vember 1884. 



mora, India, 2 



'71 



Ellen, dau. of Edward= 
Scudamore, M.D., of 
Canterbury, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of John Pack- 
man ; born at Withers- 
den, CO. Kent, 8 June, 
bapt. at Wye, co. Kent, 
6 August 1811; marr. 
at St. Paul's, Canterbury, 
26 December 1844; 
died at Inchmichael, 
Errol, 17 June, bur. at 
Rossie, Carse of Gowrie, 
21 June 1876. 1st 
wife. 



^Most Rev. Hugh Willoughby |ermyn, Lord:^ 
Bishop of Brechin and Primus of Scotland, 
of Forbescourt, Broughty Ferry, co. Forfar, 
born at Swaffhani Prior 28 August, bapt. 
there 24 Dec. 1820, of Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1841, M.A. 1847, D.D. 1871 ; 
Incumbent of Forres, N.B., 1847 ; Dean of 
Moray and Ross 1852; Archdeacon of St. 
Kitts, W.I., 1854 ; Rector of Nettlecombe, 
CO. Somerset, i8j8 ; Vicar of Barking, co. 
Essex, 1870 ; Bishop of Colombo, Ceylon, 
1871 ; Bishop of Brechin 1876; Primus of 
Scotland 1886. 



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7'-***^*<3 



= Sophia Henrietta, dau. of 
Rev. Edward Chaloner 
Ogle of Kirkley Hall, 
CO. Northumberland, 
and Merton Coll., Ox- 
ford, by Sophia his wife, 
dau. of Admiral of the 
Fleet Sir Charles Ogle, 
2nd Bart. ; bom at Sut- 
ton Benger 28 May, 
bapt. there 23 June 
1833 ; marr. at St. 
James's, Piccadilly, 24 
June 1879. 2nd wife. 



Hugh Turenne Jer- 
myn,bomat Forres, 
N.B., 13 February, 
bapt. there 8 April 
1849; died at Basse- 
terre, St. Kitts, W.I. , 

21 May, bur. there 

22 May 1855. 



Ellen Mary, 
born at Forres, 
N.B., 16 Janu- 
ary, bapt. there 
9 March 1851; 
died there 22 
February, bur. 
there 27 Fe- 
bruary 1852. 



Alice Eleanor, 
born at Forres, 



7 April, 
there 2 
1852; 
at sea 20 
October 1854, 
bur. same day. 



N.B., 
bapt. 
May 
died 



I 
William Edward Jer- 

myn, born at Forres, 
N.B., 16 August, 
bapt. there 11 Sep- 
tember 1853 ; died at 
Basseterre 24 Oct., 
bur. at St. George's 
there 2J Oct. 1854. 



I 
Eliza Catherine, 
born at Basse- 
terre 4 March, 
bapt. there 17 
April 185J; died 
there 30 August, 
bur. there 3 1 
August 1 85 J. 



472 



Louisa Emily, dau. of= 
James Jcrmvn of Rey- 
don, CO. Surtblk, by 
Harriet his wife, dau. of 
Henry Jermyn ; born at 
Reydon 14 Jan., bapt. 
there 1 1 May 1824 ; 
marr. at Southwold 4 
Sept. 1851 ; died 28 Oc- 
tober, bur. in Trinity 
Churchyard, Brompton, 
2 Nov. 1858. 1st wife. 



: Rowland Formby= 
Jermyn of St. 
Heliers, Jersey, 
late Commander 
Indian Navy and 
of the War Office, 
born at Swaffham 
Prior 4 September, 
bapt. there 5 De- 
cember 1824. 




■Ann Bates, dau. 
and coheir of John 
Frederick Free- 
man of Strick- 
lands, Stow- 

market ; born at 
Stowraarket 25 
December 1825, 
bapt. at Shelland ; 
marr. at Parish 
Ch., St. Maryle- 
bone, 27 Novem- 
ber i860. 2nd 
wife. 



I 
Turenne Jermyn, born 

at Brompton 12 April, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
The Boltons, 14 May 
1862; Captain in the 
2nd Sikh Infantry. 



Lucy Trevelyan, born 29 July, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, The Bol- 
tons, 24 August 1 864. 

Ida Mary, born ij January, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, The Bol- 
tons, 14 February 1867. 



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Mary St. Alban, bom at Swaff- 
ham Prior 14 June, bapt. there 
25 October 1826 ; marr. at 
Nettkcombe, co. Somerset, 
18 July 1848, Rev. John 
Crosier Hilliard (eldest son of 
Nash Crosier of Bloomsbury, 
London), born in London 8 
March 182 1 ; of Cowley 
House, CO. Middlesex, and St. 
John's Coll., Oxford, matricu- 
lated 18 May 1839, aged 18, 
B.A. 184,3, M-A. 1846, Rector 
of Cowley 1851 ; he died 30 
May, bur. at Cowley 3 June 
1882 ; she died at Cowley 14 
May, bur. there 18 May 1882. 



Hilda St. Alban, born 23 February, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Onslow Gardens, 
7 April 1869 ; marr. at St. Mark's 
Church, St. Heliers, Jersey, 17 No- 
vember 1892, Philip Palmes (son of 
John Philip Palmes, Captain R.N., by 
Mary his wife, dau. of Samuel Head 
of Halifax, N.S.), bom 7 October, 
bapt. at Bridlington Quay, co. York, 
25 November 1856; Captain 8ist 
Regiment. 



Ella, born at Basseterre i February, bapt. 
there 24 February 1857 ; marr. at Bareilly, 
India, 25 March 1884, David Wilkie, M.D., 
of the Indian Medical Service, born at 
Glasgow 27 June, bapt. there 20 July 1849. 



Willoughby Jermyn^Irene Frances, dau. of Wil- 



of Burrowe, Sydney, 
N.S. 'Wales, born at 
Nettlecombe, Somer- 
set, 28 Feb., bapt. 
there 8 April i860. 



liam Nathaniel and Eliza 
Rokes ; born 22 October 
1869 ; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Sydney, New South 'Wales, 
16 December 1891. 



Ella Beatrice, bora at Sydney, 
New South Wales, 22 July 
1892, and bapt. there. 



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9Ranlfall of ©rforD, to. ^uffolfe. 

Arms. — Gules, on a cross argent five mullets pierced sable. 
Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet an antelope's head couped or. 
Motto.— Rem Ulph. 



John Randall (only son of Samuel Randall of Orford, J. P., hy- 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Rev. Roger Gillingham, M.A., of 
Shelford Hall, Cambridge, Lord of the Manor, Rector and 
Patron of Little Shelford, co. Cambridge), born at Orford 14 
June 1751, bapt. there 14 January 1752; Chamberlain of 
Orford 1822-30; J. P. for Orford and Aldeburgh ; admitted to 
the Freedom of the City of London 7 June 1796; died 22 
February, bur. at Orford 2 March 1830. M.L Will dated 
14 March 1829, proved P.C.C. 30 March 1830. 



J^. 



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=Mary, dau. of John Webber of 
Friston, co. Suffolk, by Letitia 
his wife, dau. of William French 
of Friston, co. Suffolk ; born 
at Friston and bapt. there 7 
March 1755; marr. there 15 
July 1779 ; died 7 March, bur. 
at Orford 17 March 1845. M.L 
Will dated 7 January 1845, 
proved P.C.C. 26 April 1845. 



I I 

John Randall, bapt. 29 April, 
died 13 November, bur. at 
Orford 18 November 1780. 

John Randall, Lieutenant 
H.E.LC.S., 2nd European 
Regt., Ensign's Commission 
dated 3 August 1797, Lieut. 
2 Aug. 1798, bapt. at Orford 
16 June 1 781, drowned in 
India in an attempt to rescue 
his servant i August 1802. 



Samuel Randall, born 19 July, bapt. at= 
Orford 26 October 1783; some time 
Assistant-Surgeon in the Royal Navy ; 
served on board H.M.S. " Antelope,'' 
" Isis," etc. ; appointed Gentleman 
Usher to His Majesty King George HL 
17 January 1819, and Groom of the 
Privy Chamber to Her Majesty Queen 
Victoria 4 February 1854; Chamber- 
lain of Orford 1830-62 ; J. P. for Orford 
and Aldeburgh ; died at Orford I'i Sep- 
tember, bur. there 20 Sept. 1862. M.L 
Will dated 28 February 18^4, registered 
in the Lord Chamberlain's Office 1 7 
November 1862, and proved at Ipswich 
31 October 1862 by Hannah Randall, 
the sole Ex'trix. 



^^^^J^uU^ /{y^ 



^3^>^>^^^^^_. 



^Hannah, eldest dau. of 
Richard Rope of Crans- 
ford Hall, co. Suffolk, 
by Hannah his wife, 
dau. of Samuel Button 
of Brundish, co. Suf- 
folk ; born at Crans- 
ford 22 April, bapt. 
there 26 April 1807 ; 
marr. at Ubbeston 5 
January 1831 ; died at 
Orford, aged 86, 24 
July, bur. there 26 July 
1893. M.L Will dated 
28 May 1864, with 
codicil 30 September 
1887, proved at Ipswich 
3 November 1893. 

(See Rope Pedigree, 
Vol. II., page 91.) 



John Randall of Orford, 
born 2 June, bapt. at 
Orford 30 June 1833 ; 
of Gonville and Caius 
College, Cambridge, 
matriculated 24 January 
1855, B.A. 1858. 

Samuel Randall, born 15 
May, bapt. at Orford I2 
June 1836; died 28 De- 
cember 1837, '^u''- 3t 
Orford 6 January 1838. 
M.L 



Mary William Sancroft.born 6 February, bapt. at Orford 8 March 1840; 
marr. there, 18 August 1863, Charles 'Vereker Hamilton-Campbell of 
Nether Place, Ayrshire (2nd son of Colonel John Ferrier Hamilton of 
Cairnhill, co. Ayr, by Georgina his wife, 3rd dau. of Charles, 2nd 
Viscount Gort. He assumed the surname and arms of Campbell on 
succeeding to the Nether Place Estate, an ancient cadetship from 
the Loudon family), J. P. for Ayrshire, Lieut. -Colonel Commanding 
Ayrshire Yeomanry Cavalry, late Major 45th Native Bengal Infantry, 
born at Cairnhill, co. Ayr, i May 1819; he died 5 May, bur. at 
Mauchline, N.B., 10 May 1886. M.L Will dated 25 February 1886, 
with codicil 30 April 1886, proved (P.C.C.) 28 April' 1887. She died 
at Ayr 20 May, bur. at Mauchline, N.B., 23 May 1872. M.L in 
Mauchline Churchyard. 



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Mary, bapt. at Orford i6 January 
1785; a dctenue in France during 
the reign of Napoleon I., whence 
she escaped through the favour 
of Fouchc, Duke of Otranto ; 
marr. Robert Sherlock of Deal, 
Commander in Her Majesty's 
Mail Packet Service, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Dover, 7 June 1781 ; he 
died 4 July, bur. in Deal Cemetery 
10 July 1863. 



George Randall of Middleton, co." 
Suftolk, Lieut. 4th Bengal Native 
Infantry, Ensign's Commission 
dated 22 November 1801, Lieut. 
30 September 1803, resigned 17 
August 1814 ; born at Orford 28 
May, bapt. there 13 August 1786; 
J. P. for Orford and Aldeburgh; 
died at Middleton 12 May, bur. 
there 19 May 1857. M.L Will 
dated 25 February 1847, proved 
at Ipswich 10 June 1857. 



Mary Ann Todd, born 
at Saxmundham and 
bapt. there 1 2 July 1 792 ; 
marr. at Gretna Green ; 
died at Aldeburgh, aged 
73, I May, bur. at Mid- 
dleton 10 May 1865. 
M.I. Will dated 20 June 
1857, with codicil dated 
I October 1861, proved 
at Ipswich 14 Septem- 
ber 1865. 



John Randall, M.D. Lond.,= 
F.R.C.S., of Middleton, co. 
Suffolk, and Nottingham 
Place, London, born 15 No- 
vember, bapt. 2 December 
1817; died 14 May, bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery 18 
May 1892. M.I. 



=Mary, dau. and coheir of 
Thomas Pope of B lax- 
hall, CO. Suffolk, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of 
Samuel Newson of Strat- 
ford St. Andrew, co. 
Suffolk, bapt, privately 1 2 
June 1823, and received 
into the Church at Blax- 
hall 15 April J 824; 
marr. at Blaxhall 20 
August 1844. 



Mary Elizabeth, born 2 January, bapt. 
at Middleton 6 January 1831; marr. 
there, 24 September 1856, William 
John Hurst of Hurstmere, Takapuna, 
Auckland, New Zealand, M.R. for 
county of Waitemata and J. P. ; born at 
Newcastle 18 June 1833 ; he died at 
Folkestone 29 September, bur. there 
2 October 1886. 



Henry Pope Randall, 
died 28 November, 
bur. in Keusal Green 
Cemetery 2 December 
1846. M.I. 



I 
Emily Anne, died 
26 June, bur. in 
Kensal Green Ceme- 
tery I July 1850. 
M.I. 



I 
John George Randall, Surgeon- 
Major late 14th Regt., served 
in India, Cyprus, etc. ; born at 
14 Portman Street, London, 17 
September 1845 ; died 30 Oc- 
tober, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery 5 November 1881. 
M.I. in Garrison Church, Wool- 
wich. 



I. 

Alice Mary, born 
at 14 Portman 
Street, London, 
4 August 1847. 



William Sancroft Randall of 01d= 
Charlton, Kent, A.M.I.C.E., born 
3 March, bapt. at Orford 22 April 
1851. 



^Eveline Mathilde, dau. of Augustus Camillus Marzetti of 
Abbey Wood, co. Kent ; born 1 3 August, bapt. at St. 
Nicholas, Plumstead, 24 September 1859 ; marr. at Holy 
Trinity Parish Church, Clapham, 5 January 1881. 



I I 

Guy Sancroft Randall, bom 14 
October, bapt. at St. Luke's, 
Old Charlton, t i December 
1881 ; died 12 December, bur. 
at Orford 16 Dec. 1882. M.I. 

Etheldreda Mary Sancroft, born 
24 April, bapt. at St. Luke's, 
Old Charlton, 7 June 1885. 



I I 

Cyril Sancroft Randall, born 
4 April, bapt. at St. Luke's, 
Old Charlton, 12 June 1887 ; 
died I February, bur. at Orford 
8 February 1888. M.L- 

Marjorie Mary Sancroft, bom 
19 May, bapt. at St. Luke's, 
Old Charlton, 29 June 1890. 



Monica Mary Sancroft, born 
10 May, bapt. at St. Luke's, 
Old Charlton, 19 June 1892 ; 
died 3 August, bur. at Orford 
8 August 1893. M.I. 

Reginald Wigmore Sancroft 
Randall, bom at Old Charlton 
15 October, bapt. at St. Luke's, 
Old Charlton, 25 Nov. 1894. 



ns 



Elizabeth (twin with Letitia), bom at Orford 27 
July, bapt. there 33 September 1789; marr. at 
Orford, 27 November 181 7 (marr. licence at Ips- 
wich dated 4 November 1817), Thomas Read of 
Deal, Captain R.N., bur. at Deal Cemetery 29 
November 1861 ; she died at Deal 20 October, 
bur. in the Cemetery there 26 October 1877. 



Letitia (twin with Elizabeth), born 27 
July, bapt. at Orford 23 September 1789 ; 
marr. Benjamin Dixson of Deal, Captain 
R.N., entered the Navy in September 
1803 ; one of the few survivors of the 
Walcheren Expedition ; he died, aged 91, 
20 August 1879. 



Anne, died Eutychia, dau. of John Wade= 
an infant 11 of Gedgrave, near Orford, co. 
March, bur. Suffolk; born 16 April 1799, 
at Orford 16 bapt. 27 June 1803; marr. at 
Marchi795. Orford 12 June 1830 ; died at 

Elie, CO. Fife, 4 December, bur. 

there 5 December 1851. ist 

wife. 



=Henry Randall, Captain R.N., born 12 February 
1788, bapt. at Orford 23 September 1789; 
entered the Navy as a Midshipman 1806 ; served 
on board H.M.S. "Manilla," "Ganges," "Pallas"; 
wrecked off the Texel 28 January, and taken 
prisoner at Verdun 31 [anuary 1812 ; died 
8 October 1863, bur. at Elie, co. Fife. He marr. 
2ndly Helen Adelaide, dau. of Captain Cox of 
St. Andrew's, N.B. ; she died s.p. 



Caroline Eutychia, born at Elie, co. Fife, 
4 September 1835, ^^'^ bapt. there; died 
at Elie 13 April 1857, bur. same day. 



Charlotte, died, Anne, born 20 November 179J, bapt. at Orford 16 
aged 4, 13 Jan., March 1813; marr. at Orford, 4 November 1824 
bur. at Orford (marr. licence at Ipswich dated i November 1824), 
19 Jan. 1797. Amos Boyden of Beccles (son of Robert Todd Boy- 
den), born at North Cove, co. Suffolk, 28 February, 
bapt. there 4 March 1798. 



Harriet, born 22 Sep- 
tember 1796, bapt. at 
Orford 16 March 
i8r3 ; died 16 June, 
bur. at Orford 2 1 June 
1852. 



Ellen Ann, born at 14 Portman 
Street, London, 4 August 1851 ; 
marr. at St. Marylebone, 1879, 
Edwin John Gurdon, M.D., late 
of Hopton, CO. Suffolk, now of 
Ballarat, Victoria (settled there 
in 1885), bapt. at Boxford 23 
June i'853. 



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Frank Pope Randall, 
born at 14 Portman 
Street, London, 15 
December 1852. 

Georgina Maude, 
born at 14 Portman 
Street, London, 30 
July i8i7- 



Florence Mary, born at 14 Portman 
Street, London, 26 November i860, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, 
18 January 1861 ; marr. at St. Paul's, 
South Hampstead, 23 July 1884, 
Emile Conrad de Bichin de Broe of 
Wandsworth, co. Surrey (son of Paul 
de Broe of the Ottoman Bank), born 
at Wandsworth 18 September 1853. 



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'Mntn. 



INDEX. 



Abinger, James, Baron, 19; Sir James Scarlett, Lord, 

52; Louise Henrietta, Lady, 52. 
Adams, Edward, 136; Rose Susannah, 136. 
Addison, Charles Greenstreet, 45 ; Frances, 45 ; 
Frances OctaWa, 45; Jane, 88; Mary Alice, 45; 
Richard, 88. 
Airy, Ann, 97, William, 97. 
Aitken, Fanny, 93 ; John Christie, 93. 
Aldous, John, 136; Susan, 136. 

Alexander, Henry Browne, 111; Mary Anne Eliza- 
beth, III. 
Alfree, Rev. Edward, 9. 
Allen, Marie, 58. 

Amphlett, Amye, 157; Caroline, 156; Caroline Ann, 
156. "57; Caroline Mary, 157; Catharine Mait- 
land, 157; Charles Edward, 157; Christian, 156; 
Edward, 156; Edward Greenhill, 157; Edward 
Paul Charlton, 157; Flora Macdonald Maud, 
157; Helen Mar>- Flora, 156; John, 156; Joseph, 
157; Lavinia Flora Henrietta, 156; Margaret 
Louisa Maria, 156; Mary, 157; Mary Davis, 156; 
Ruth Amye, 157; William, 156. 
Andrews, Arthur, 135; Arthur Westlake, 8; Edith 
Emma, 135; Elizabeth, 130, 132; Launcelot Wil- 
liam R>-ton, 8 ; Marian, 8 ; Maud Annie Margaret, 
■ 8; Rev. Randle, 12; Susan Anne, 12; Rev. 

William R)ton, 8. 
Ansell, Allen, 9; Elizabeth Sarah Ann, 9; Thomas, 9. 
Anstey, Alice Mary, 129; Rev. Henry, 129. 
Apperiey, Henry, 48; Mary, 48. 
Argles, Henry, 55 ; John, 54. 

Arrowsmith, Charies John, 80; Elizabeth Harriet, 79; 
Frances, 79; Harriet Anne Mary, 80; John Yer- 
row, 79, 80. 
Ash, Richard, 33. 

Ashton, Caroline Anne, 165 ; John, 165. 
Ashworth, John, 16; Mar>-, 16; Mary Alice, 16. 
Askwith, Catherine, 14; Jane, 14; John Haddon, 14. 
Assheton, Rev. Frederick, 161 ; William Iremonger, 

161. 
Athill, Mary, 14; Samuel Byam, 14. 
Atkinson, Rev. Charles Slingsby, 166; Frances 
Gertrude, 59; John William, 59; Susan Anne, 166; 
Rev. Thomas, 166. 
Aubrey, Harriet, 47 ; Henry, 47. 
Aub3ra, see St. Aubyn. 

Austin, Dorothea, 95 ; Sarah, 95 ; William, 95. 
Aveling, Beatrix Mary Clifford, 45 ; Mary Phosbe, 45 ; 

Stephen Thomas, 45. 
Awbery, Mary, 82 ; William, 82. 
Aylmer, Hon. Caroline Amelia Sophia, i ; Admiral 
Frederick William, Baron, i; John Athelmer, i; 
Udolphus, Baron, i ; Gen. Lord, i. 



B 

Bacon, Henry Sketchley, 8. 
Badcock, Isabella, 134; Joseph, 134. 
Bagot, Louisa Frances, 153; Rev. Walter, 153. 
Bailey, Elizabeth, 143; Frank, 84; Hariott, 143; 
Isabel, 84; William, 143. 



Baily, Edith Louisa, 91; Henry George, 91; Rev. 

Henry George, 91. 
Bainbrigge, Hannah, 78; Jane Maria, 78; Joseph, 

Balden, Edith Mary, 6; Edward Howard, 6; 

Samuel, 6. 
Banger, Jane, I; Captain John, i. 
Banks, Anna, 46 ; Rev. Edward, 46, 48 ; Rev. 

Jabez, 46. 
Barclay, Margaret, 102. 

Barham, Charles Noel-Noel, Baron, 33; Diana Noel- 
Noel, Baroness, 33 ; see also Foster-Barham. 
Barker, Annie Sarah, 145; Christopher, 106; John, 

145. 
Barkworth, John, 163; Mary Anna, 163; William, 

163. 
Barlow, Harriet, 99 ; Rev. Henry Masterman, 99. 
Barnard Ann, 82; Thomas, 82. 
Barnardiston, Edith Charlotte, 44 ; Nathaniel Clarke, 

44 ; Sophia, 44. 
Barnett, Alexander, 6; Elizabeth Frances, 6. 
Barrington, George, Viscount, 39. 
Barron, — , 55. 

Barrow, Robert Stansfield, 145 ; Rose, 145. 
Barton, Sarah, 122, 125. 
Base, Maria, 100; Samuel, 100. 
Battye, Charles, 54; Emma Whitbread Juliana, 54; 

Jane Lastida, 54. 
Bayley, Hon. Henry Vincent, 93; Maria Louisa, 

93- 
Ba>'ne, Rachel, 163; William, 163. 
Baynes, Elizabeth, 30; Fanny, 29; Wilham 29. 
Beale, William, 54. 
Beavan, Catherine Ann, 78; Elizabeth, 78; John, 78; 

Rev. William, 78. 
Beck, Ann, 170; Christopher, 170; Mary, 67; 

Peter, 67. 
Beddoe, Charles, 4 ; Mary Ann, 4. 
Bedell, Elizabeth, 97 ; George, 97 ; Thomas, 97. 
Bedford, Catherine Sarah Jenner, 13; John Yeend, 

13; see also Riland- Bedford. 
Beech, Eliza Catherine Prince, 54; Henrietta Mil- 
dred, 54 ; Rev. Howard, 54 ; William Philip, 54. 
Beli Mawr, King of Britain, i. 
BeUnus the Great, King of Britain, I. 
Bell, Emily Mary, 47; Harriet, 47; Matthew, 52; 

Sarah Frances, 52 ; Thomas, 47 ; Walter, 47. 
Bellew, Ada Kate, 144; Augusta Margaret Gwendo- 
line, 144; Sir Edward, 125; Sir Edward Joseph, 
Baron Bellew, 144; Frances, 125; Patrick, Baron 
Bellew, 125; Hon. Richard Eustace, 144. 
Bellon, Francjoise, 160. 
Bellord, Alice Mary, 158; James, 158. 
Bennett, George Latham, 69; Letitia, 69; Mary 

Letitia, 69. 
Bentley, Ellen, 13; Emma, 13; John, 13. 
Berkeley, Eleanor, 68 ; George 68 ; Mary, 68. 
Berners, Elizabeth, Baroness, 25 ; Rev. Henry, 

Baron, 25. 
Berrj', Charlotte Camegy, $8; Cornelius, 32; Rear- 
Admiral Sir Edward, 73 ; F"rances, 32 ; Grove 
Rowson, 58. 
Best, Rev. John, 77 ; Sarah, 77. 



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Beswicke, John Halliwell, 12 ; Maria, 12 ; Mar}' 
Alice Gibson, 12. 

Beswicke- Royds, Clement Halliwell, 12 ; Clement 
Robert Nuttall, 12; Mary Alice Gibson, 12. 

Betts, Elizabeth, 30. 

Beynon, Elfrida, 54; Thomas, 54. 

Biddell, Alexander, 99; Alice, 99; Amy, 97; Amy 
Isabella, 99; Ann, 97, 98; Anna, 98, 99; Arthur, 
97, 98, 99 ; Arthur Blencowe, 98 ; Bernard, 99 ; 
Bertha, 99; Bertram, 99; Dorothea Elizabeth, 99; 
Elizabeth, 97 ; Ellen, 99 ; Emma, 99 ; Fanny, 
97 ; Frederick George, 97 ; George, 97, gS ; 
George Arthur, 99; George Powell, 98; Harriet, 
99 ; Henry George, 99 ; Herman 99 ; Herman 
Masterman, 99; Isabella Routh, 99; Jane, 98, 99; 
John Lyall, 98; Juliana Harriet, 99; Lucy, 98; 
Manfred, 98, 99; Manfred James, 98; Martha, 98; 
Mar)', 98 ; Mary Ann, 99 ; Mary Norton, 97 ; 
Percy, 99; Rachel Mary, 99: Robert Wellington, 
99; Sarah Lucy, 98 ; Thomas Wright, 98 ; William, 
97, 99; William Webb, 97. 

Biggs, Anna, 31 ; Susanna, 31 ; Thomas, 31. 

Billingsley, Jane i; Margaret, I; William, i. 

Birch, Ann, 72; Rev. James, 72; Ljetitia, 72. 

Birley, Arthur Leyland, 88 ; Edith Jane, 88 ; Jane, 88. 

Bitton, George, 170; Sarah, 170. 

Blackburn, Charles, 20; Elizabeth, 20; Rev. John, 
23; Sophia, 23. 

Blakemore, Alice, 77 i Thomas, 77. 

Blaker, Ernest Henry, 8. 

Blayds, Frances, 13; John, 13. 

Blencowe, Ann, 97; Arthur, 98, 99; Elizabeth, 97; 
Ellen, 99; John, 97; Loveday, 126; Rev. Peter 
Gramer, 126; Samuel, 126; Sarah, 98; Sarah 
Lucy, 98; William, 97. 

Blow, Edward, 51; Rebecca, 51. 

Blyth, Anne Elizabeth Cowper, 19; Caroline, 143; 
Rev. Cecil Frederick, 19; Henry Arthur, 146; 
James, 143, 146. 

Bockett, John Symonds, 102. 

Boddington, Frances Anne, 73 ; Louisa Mary, 73 ; 
Reginald Brook, 73 ; Rev. Thomas Francis, 73. 

Bolton, Alicia, 34; Annette Elizabeth, 34, 39; Cor- 
nelius Henry, 34, 39. 

Bond, Althea Jane, 73; Clara Is.abella, 73; Cyril, 72; 
Ellen Mary, 73 ; Frances, 73 ; Frances Julia, 73 ; 
Frederica Mary, 73 ; Henry, 73 ; Henry John 
Hayles, 73 ; Jessy Margaretta, 73 ; Lastitia, 72 ; 
Lsetitia Frances Annie, 72 ; Lewis Charles Powell, 
72; Louisa Mary, 73; Marianne, 72; Martha, 72; 
Mary, 72, 73; Mary Elizabeth, 73; Mary Ljetitia, 
72 ; Sophia, 73 ; Sophia Ann, 73 ; William, 72 ; 
Rev. William, 72; Rev. William Henry, 72. 

Bonnet, Elizabeth, 126; Isaac, 126. 

Booker, Gordon W^illiam Francis, 38; Jane Frances, 
38 ; Loveday Sarah, 38. 

Booth, Martha, 57; Nathaniel, 57. 

Bourne, Alice, 148; Alice Dorothy, 14S; Anna, 149; 
Anne, 14S, 149, 151; Cornelius, 148, 150; Cor- 
nelius Fox, 149; Eleanor, 151; Elinor Drinkwater, 
151; Emily Dyson, 151; Francis Hole, 152; 
Rev. George Drinkwater, 152 ; Gladys Dyson, 
150; Hannah Moss, 152; Harriet Anne Dyson, 
151; Harriet Eliza, 152; Helen Dyson, 151; 
Henrietta Lizzy, 149; James, 149- 151; Sir James, 
150, 151; Sir James Dyson, 150; James Thomas, 
149; Jane, 148, 149, 152; Jessie, 149; John, 148; 
John Bury, 149; John Henry, 149; John William, 
148; Louisa Moss, 152; Margaret, 14S-150, 152; 
M.argaret Hole, 152; Margaret Sophia, 149; Mar- 
gery Rosamund Salkeld, 148; Lady Marion Jane, 
150; Mary, 148; Mary Anne, 148, 150 ; Mary 
Elizabeth, 149; Peter, 150, 151; Robert William, 
149; Sarah Harriet, 150; Thomas, 149, 151; 
Thomas Rymer, 149; Thomas Wood, 149; William 
Moss, 152; see also May-Bourne. 

Bowdler, Jane, 55. 

Bowen, Catherine, 136. 

Eoyden, Amos, 176; Anne, I/Cj; Robert Todd, 176. 



Brabins, George, 115; Sarah, 115. 

Brand, John, 7; Susanna, 7. 

Brandreth, Anne, 151 ; Henry Pilkington, 151 ; 
Joseph Pilkington, 151; Rev. Joseph Pilkington, 
151 ; William Frederic Bourne, 151 ; William 
Frederick Bourne, 150; Rev. William Harper, 
151. 

Brandstrom, Elizabeth, 80; John Simon, 80. 

Breton, Frederica, iii; Captain Peter, in. 

Brewster, Sir David, 156; James, 62, 156; Jane 
Susan Katharine, 62 ; Margaret Louisa Maria, 
156. 

Bridge, Constance Ellen, 156; Helen Mary Flora, 
156; John, 156; John Frederick, 156; Rebecca, 
156. 

Bridgeman, Rear- Admiral Hon. Charles, 122; Ursula 
Lucy Grace, 122. 

Bridges, Rev. T., 165. 

Brimelow, Jane, 57; John, 57. 

Brocklebank, Thomas, 152. 

Erode, Dora Pauline, 48; Rev. Tom Ainsworth, 48; 
Thomas, 48. 

Broe, see De Broe. 

Brook, Anne, 12; Christiana, 12; Joseph, 12. 

Brown, see Cave-Brown-Cave. 

Browne, Therese Justinienne de Clamouse, 158; 
Thomas Lloyd Murray, 107 ; William, 54. 

Bruce, Ada, 135; Robert, 135. 

Brune, see Prideaux-Brune. 

Bryan, Augusta Margaret Gwendoline, 144; Colonel 
George, 144. 

Bryce David, 8; Henrietta, 8; Joanna, 8. 

Buchanan, Lieut. -Col. James John Neale, 150; Lady 
Marion Jane, 1 50. 

Buckle, Rev. Edward Valentine, 162; Mary Georgina, 
162; Rev. William Lewis, 162. 

Buckler, Ann, 49; Charles Alban, 49; Esther, 49; 
John, 49; John Chessell, 49. 

Bull, William James, 54. 

Buller, Anne, 37 ; Frances Susanna, 37 ; James, 37 ; 
James Wentworth, 37, 38; Rt. Rev. William, 37. 

Bullifant, Anne, 139. 

Burges, Daniel, 155; Daniel Travers, 155; Rev. 
Frank, 155; George, 155; Georgiana Eliza, 155. 

Burgoyne, Sir John, I. 

Burke, Amy Evelyn, 44 ; Anna Rose, 43 ; Anne 
Eliza, 43 ; Anne Eliza (Amy), 45 ; Beatrix Mary 
Clifford, 45 ; Charles Carrington, 45 ; Charles Do- 
minick, 44: Constance Audrey, 44; Dorothy, 44; 
Edith Charlotte, 44 ; Edmund Plunkett, 43, 44 ; 
Edmund St. George, 43; Fanny, 43; Frances, 45; 
Frances Constance, 43 ; Francis Eustace, 43, 45 ; 
Geraldine Margaret, 44 ; Harold, 42, 45 ; Harold 
Arthur, 45 ; Harold French, 44 ; Hubert Francis, 
44; Hubert Plunkett, 43; Hugh St. George Mel- 
ville Addison, 45 ; James St. George, 43 ; Jane, 
43 ; John Addison, 45 ; John French, 43 ; Joseph, 
43; Katherine Sarah, 43; Kathleen Laura, 44; 
Mary Alice, 45 ; Mary Ann Amy Macrae, 44 ; 
Michael Laurence, 44 ; Norah Rachel, 44 ; Rachel 
Edith, 45 ; Redmond St. George, 44 ; Rowland 
Henry, 45 ; Ulick John, 44 ; Ulick Roland, 44 ; 
Violet, 44 ; Walter St. George, 43, 44. 

Burton, Caroline, 84; Elizabeth Lethbridge, 114; 
John, 82, 84; Rev. John, 114; Maria, 84. 

Bury, Emily, 63; John, 63, 148; Mary, 148. 

Butcher, .\nn, 82; Mar;', '82; Thomas, 82. 

Butler, Elizabeth, 61 ; John, 61 ; Louisa, 102. 

Butlin, Francis, 94 ; Oona Louisa, 94. 

Butterwick, Rev. James, 59 ; Sarah Elizabeth, 59. 

Button, Hannah, 174; Samuel, 174. 

Buxton, Catherine, 26; Charles, 25; Charlotte Mary, 
25 ; Edmund Charles Henning, 25 ; Sir Edward 
North 26 ; Henry Edmund, 26 ; Martha, 25 ; Mary 
Ros.aUnd, 26. 

Byrd-Levett, Egerton Bagot, 153, 154; Elizabeth 
Mary, 153, 154; Richard, 153; Col. Richard, 154. 

Byrd-Levett-Scrivener, Egerton Bagot, 153, 154; 
Mary Millicent, 154. 



I So 



Calthrop, Claude Andrews, 6S; James, 68; Louisa, 
68. 

Calverley, Frances, 13; John, 13. 

Camoys, Tlionias Stonor, liaron, 34. 

Campbell, Archibald, Laird of Locknell, 91 ; Duncan, 
23; Fanny Anne, 23; John, Baron, 19; Louise 
Henrietta, 52; Marjjaret, 135; Mary Elizabeth, 
Baroness, 19 ; Peter, 52 ; see also Hamilton- 
Campbell. 

Candy, Francis Henry, 46. 

Canning, Frances Catherine, 123 ; Maria, 123 ; 
Robert, 123. 

Canning-Uoherty, Beatrice Catherine Louisa, 113; 
John, 113. 

Cardigan, James, Earl of, 10. 

Carmichael, Charles Paget, 171 ; Constance Barre, 
171; Georgina Rebecca, 171. 

Carpenter, Alfred, iii; Henrietta Maud, iii ; Mary, 
73 ; William, 73. 

Carrington, Sarah Anne, 43, 167 ; Rev. William 
Henry, 43, 167. 

Cary, John, 34, 36; Sophia, 34, 35. 

Case, John, 54. 

Cathrow, James, 51. 

Caudle, Adolphus, 9; Eliza, 9. 

Cave-Brown-Cave, Ann, 71; Rev. Henry, 71; Maria 
Louisa, 7 1 ; Thomas, 7 1 . 

Chamberlin, Mary Amelia, 69 ; Robert, 6g. 

Chambers, Lieut.-Col. Joseph, 171 ; Katherine, 171; 
Maria, 171. 

Chamier, Edwin, 117. 

Chance, Adelaide Anne, 66 ; Agnes Louisa, 62 ; 
Alexander Macomb, 63, 68, 70, 71; Alice Mary, 
67; Amy Letitia, 69; Andrew Ferguson, 68; Ann, 
Maria, 64 ; Annie Elizabeth, 68 ; Arent de Peyster, 
63, 70; Arent Schuyler, 70; Arthur Frederick, 67; 
Arthur Lucas, 62; Beatrice Mabel, 71; Bertha 
Louisa, 67; Caroline, 61, 64; Charles Cottrell, 63; 
Charles Richard, 67 ; Charlotte, 64 ; Clinton 
Frederick, 71; Constance Mar)', 71; Cornelia de 
Peyster, 63, 70 ; Cornelia Maria, 63, 70 ; Edgar 
Percival, 71; Edith Mary, 65; Edmond Ross, 64; 
Edward, 61, 63, 68; Edward Ferguson, 69; Ed- 
ward Homer, 62 ; Edward Seton, 68 ; Eleanor 
Mary, 68 ; Eleanor Phoebe, 65 ; Eliza, 64, 65 ; 
Eliza Gertrude, 69; Elizabeth, 61, 65; Emily, 61; 
Emily Mary, 66; Ernest, 63; Fanny Elizabeth, 61 ; 
Florence, 7 1 ; Frances Elizabeth, 65 ; Frances 
Ethel, 63 ; Frances Maria, 63 ; Francis Theodore, 
63; Frank, 61, 62, 64; Frederick, 67; Frederick 
Selby, 68; Frederick William, 68; Geoffrey Henry 
Barrington, 63 ; Geoffrey Robert Lucas, 62 ; 
George, 62-67, 70; George Ferguson, 66; George 
Harold de Peyster, 71; George Herbert, 71; Ger- 
trude Louisa Emma, 62 ; Grace Eleanor, 70 ; Guy 
Ogden de Peyster, 71 ; Harry, 67 ; Helen Augusta, 
69; Helen Josephine, 69; lienrietta Louisa, 70; 
Henry 61, 64, 68, 6g ; Henry Fetherstone, 69; 
Herbert, 64 ; James Frederick, 67 ; James Timmins, 
62, 65, 66; Jane Susan Katharine, 62; John, 61, 
62; John de Peyster, 63; John Homer, 61, 63, 64, 
70; Joseph Selby, 69; Julia Charlotte, 66; Ka- 
tharine, 67 ; Katharine Dorothea, 66 ; Katharine 
Navarre, 64; Katherine Mary, 68; Kenneth Ma- 
comb, 71; Kenneth Miles, 68; Laura, 71; Lilian 
Mary, 67; Louisa, 61, 68: Lucy Georgina, 69; 
Lucy Isabella Barrington, 63 ; Mabel Henrietta, 
62 ; Margaret Anne, 65 ; Maria, 64, 70 ; Maria 
Isabella, 68; Maria Louisa, 71 ; Marian Georgiana, 
67; Mary, 61, 67, 68; Mary Ann, 61, 62; Mary 
Elizabeth, 66 ; Mary Helen, 69 ; Mary Kathleen, 
66 ; Mary Letitia, 69 ; Noel Richard Lucas, 62 ; 
Norah, 69; Oswald Kesteven, 71 ; Phoebe, 62, 65; 
Phcebe Louisa, 69; Robert Christopher, 68; Ro- 
bert Lucas, 61, 64; Roger James Ferguson, 66; 
Sarah, 61, 64-66, 70; Sarah Louisa, 61; Sarah 
Lucas, 70; Sidney, 63; Sophia, 63; Stella Mabel, 



62; Susan, 71 ; Sylvia Mary de Navarre, 71 ; Theo- 
dore, 70; W'alter Lucas, 62; Walter Peyton, 63; 
Wilberforce, 64; William, 61, 62, 65, 66, 70; 
William Edward, 63, 70, 71. 

Chapman, Eleanor Mary, 165; Elizabeth Catherine, 
65 ; George, 65 ; Thomas, 165. 

Charlotte, Princess, 153. 

Charlton, Amye, 157; Fanny Dora, 157, Thomas B., 
54; Thomas Broughton, 157. 

Cheeseman, Elizabeth, 11; John, II. 

Chessell, Ann, 49; John, 49. 

Cheston, Rev. Joseph Bonner, 123; Maria, 123. 

Chickall, Elizabeth, 97. 

Chilton, Dorothy, 10 ; Robert, 10. 

Chippindale, Amy, 23; Sarah, 23; William, 23. 

Chorley, Elizabeth, 131, 134; Mary, 131; Thomas, 

131- 134- 
Christian, James Stanley, 10; Julia, 10. 
Churchill, Major-General Horace, 38; Sophia Mari- 

anna, 38. 
Clamouse, see De Clamouse. 

Clark, Ven. George, 167; Gerard Collingwood, 167; 
Harriet Delamain, 167; Isabella Maria, 68; John, 
68. 
Clarke, Anne Elizabeth Isabella, 109, in; Rev. 
Charles Leopold Stanley, 109, in ; Edward Lionel 
Alexander, 78; Emily Gwendoline, 51; Emily 
Helen Ingram, 107; Emily Jane, 165; Enid Ethel 
Fuller, 51; Frances Carew, 39; Frank, 51; Fre- 
derica Eliza, 51; Frederica Muriel, 51; Frederick 
Fitzroy, 51 ; Henry Stanley, 107; John, 51; John 
James Unwin, 48; John Were, 39; Lorina .\lice, 
78; Mabel Octavia, 109; Mary, 51; Rebecca, 51; 
Reginald, 51; Robert, 51; Robert Couldwell, 165; 
Ronald Stanley, 109; Sarah Elizabeth, S' ! 
Thomas, 51 ; Thomas Henry Cathrow, 51 ; 
William, 51; William Stanley, in; Winifred 
Houghton, 51; — , 51. 
Clearj', Rev. Augustus Castle, 66 ; Mary Elizabeth, 66. 
Cleaver, Edith Mary, 60; William, 60. 
Cliflbrd, Mary Phcebe, 45 ; Rev. Richard Samuel, 45. 
Cloet^, Joanna Catherine, 66; Rudolph, 66. 
Clutterbuck, Louisa Power, loi ; William, loi. 
Glutton, John, 9. 
Cobuvg, see Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. 
Cocker, Mary, 4; Thomas, 4. 
Cockburn, George Fergusson, 44; Mary Ann Amy 

Macrae, 44; Lord, 44. 
Coffin, Charles Pyne, 17; Lucy, 17. 
Cole, Francis, 114; Rev. Francis Charles, 114; John, 

l; Lydia Hannah, 114; Margaret, I. 
Coleridge, Rev. Edward, no; Helen Frances, no; 

Mary, no. 
Collier, Alice Elizabeth, 74; Ann, 74; Arthur Henry 
Lefroy, 74; Austin Grey, 74; Cecil Massy, 74; 
Charles Bernard Grey, 74 ; Cuthbert Grey, 74 ; 
Elizabeth, 74 ; Rev. Henry Nicholas, 74 ; John, 
74; Julia Mary Grey, 74; Margaret Everina, 74; 
Mary Everina, 74 ; Richard, 74 ; Samuel, 74 ; 
Thomas, 74; Rev. Thomas Grey, 74. 
Collins, Anne, 13; Rev. John, 58; Sarah Barlow, 58. 
Cnllinson, Charlotte, 108 ; Rev. George John, 108. 
Connell, Elizabeth, 50; Frances Jane, 50; Rev. 

James, 50. 
Cooke, Emily, 63; Emma, 64; John, 64; Lucy Isa- 
bella Barrington, 63 ; Mary, 5 ; Robert Thomas 
Elsam Barrington, 63 ; William, 5. 
Cookson, Ada,'i35; Adelaide Blanche, 135; Agnes 
Ann, 131; Agnes Anne, 131; Albert Bruce, 134; 
Albert Nesfield, 132, 134; Alfred Choriey, 132; 
Alice Mar)', 129, 131 ; Ann Sophia Nesfield, 133; 
Araminta Erskine, 131 ; Archib.ild Ambrose, 133 ; 
Augusta Sarah, 164; Bryan, 130; Biyan Edward, 
130; Caroline, 129; Charles, 130; Charles Nesfield, 
130; Charles Robinson, 129; Rev. diaries Turner, 
130; Chariotte Pugh, 132; Christina, 134; Chris- 
topher, 134; Christopher Samuel, 131 ; Cicely Mary, 
133; Claude Edward, 133; Constance Hilda, 133; 
Dorothy Hilda, 133; Edith Adelaide NcsSeld, 135; 



Edith Emma, 135; Edmund Geoffrey, 133; Ed- 
ward, 134, 135; Rev. Edward, 131, 134; Edward 
Percival, 131 ; Eleanor Frances, 132; Eliza, 130, 
131 ; Eliza Chorley, 131, 132 ; Elizabeth, 131, 132, 
134; Elizabeth Nesfield, 132; Ellen, 131, 134; 
Ellen Jane, 130; Emily, 132; Emily Blanche, 133; 
Emma Donna, 107 ; Emma Maria, 131 ; Ethel 
Maud, 133; Ferdinand Hugh, 135; Frances Eliza- 
beth, 130; Frances Jane, 134; Frances Lily, 131; 
Francis Henry, 132 ; Rev. Frederick, 131, 132 ; 
Frederick Nesfield, 133 ; Frederick William, 131 ; 
Harriet, loi, 131; Henry, loi, 129; Henry Anstey, 
129; Herbert Chorley, 132; Hugh Alexander, 135; 
Ida Mildred, 133; Isaac, 107; Isabella, 134; Jane, 
'33; Jessie Maud, 135; John, loi, 129, 164; John 
Power Hicks, 129; Kenneth Bruce, 134; Margaret, 
129, 13s; Maria, 130, 133; Mary Ann, 129: i\!ary 
Anne, 129, 132; Mary Constance, 130; Maurice 
Bruce, 134; Minta, 130; Montague Nesfield, 134; 
Muriel Chorley, 133; Nellie May, 135; Norah 
Emily, 130; Octavius Alfred, 134; Philadelphia, 
132; Reginald Bruce, 135; Reginald Thomas Chor- 
'^y> 133; Robert, 130; Robert Alexander Bruce, 
134; Samuel, 133; Samuel Cecil, 133; Sarah, loi, 
129- 131 ; Sophia, 129, 130; Thomas, 129, 132; 
Thomas Chorley, 132 ; Thomas Henry, 129 ; Walter 
Stephen, 135 ; William Dawson, 132 ; William 
Hustler, 131; William Power, 129; William Tas- 
man, 135; «<; a/su Reynard-Cookson. 

Cope, Charles Rogers, 66; Elizabeth, 96; Sarah, 66; 
Sarah Anne, 66 ; Thomas, 96. 

Cornish, Charlotte Mary, 116; George, 116. 

Cowell, George William, 32; Naomi, 32. 

Cowlard, John Lethbridge, 112. 

Cowper, — , 17. 

Cox, Anne Symes, 161 ; Helen Adelaide, 176; John, 
126, 156; Rev. John, 128; Rev. John Miles, 128, 
Loveday Lawry, 126; Lucy, 128; Peter, 161; 
Rebecca, 156; Capt., 176. 

Craufurd, Edward Henry John, 37, 38; Frances, 37; 
38; John, 38; Sophia Marianna, 38. 

Crawfurd, Agnes, 81 ; George, 81. 

Creech, Ellen, 49 ; James, 49. 

Cringletie, Isabella Katharine Murray, Lady, 52 ; 
James Wolfe Murray, Lord, 45, 52. 

Crispin, Jane Loetitia, 54; Robert, 54. 

Crooks, Mary, 95 ; Mary Fleming, 95 ; Richard, 95 ; 
Robert Fleming, 95. 

Crosbie, Agnes, 146; William, 146. 

Crosier, Rev. John, 173; Nash, 173. 

Cross, Herbert Shepherd, 56. 

Culverwell, Robert, 129, Susanna, 129. 

Cumins, Angiolina Henrietta Louisa JIary, 47 ; Moses 
Vere, 47 ; Theodora, 47. 

Cupiss, Amelia, 97; Elizabeth, 97; Francis, 97; Mary 
Norton, 97; Philip, 97. 

Curling, Daniel, 20 ; Jane, 20. 

Currey, Eliott Scarlett, 52, 107 ; Mary Campbell 
Lill, 107. 

Curties, Frances, 55. 

Curtis, Alice Beatrice, 47 ; Charles Edward, 47 ; Rev. 
Charles Edward, 47 ; Elizabeth Mary, 47. 



D 



D'Abbadie, Capt. Daniel, 10; Margaret Louisa, 10; 

Theresa, 10. 
D'Anethan, La Baronne Cecilie, 125; Baron, 125. 
Daniell, Agnes Sophia, 82; Evelyn Lucy, 82; William 

Freeman, 82. 
Danvers, Amy, 92; Charlotte Maria, 92; Frederick 

Dawes, 92. 
Dartmouth, William Legge, Earl of, 39. 
Davies, Capt. Arthur, 104 ; Charlotte Eliza, III; 

Georgina Caroline, 104 ; Margaret, 100 ; Rev. 

William, III. 
Davitt, Kate, 10; Patrick, 10. 
Dawson, Margaret, 129; William, 129. 



Day, Rev. George, 26; Dr. Henry, 133; Jane, 133; 

iVIary Jones, 26. 
De Broe, Emile Conrad de Bichin, 176; Florence 

Mary, 176; Paul, 176. 
De Clamouse, Anna Isabel, 158; Bernard, 158. 
De Peyster, Arent Schuyler, 63, 70; Cornelia Maria, 

63- ,7°- 

De Serigny, Antoine Marie D'Hozier, 160. 

De Trafford, Jemima, 165; Sir Thomas, 165. 

De ViUiers, Agatha Gertrude, 83. 

De Winton, Charlotte Eliza, 11 1 ; Hephzibah Lancilla 
Frances, III ; John Parry, ill ; Mary, 11 1 ; Wil- 
liam, III. 

De Vsasi, Enrique, 147 ; Maria Victorina, 147. 

Delacour, Theresa, 10; Thomas, 10. 

Delamain, Col. John, 16S; John Henry, 167; Matilda 
Hannah, 168; Sarah Amelia, 167. 

Dene, Rev. Arthur, 39; Frances Carew, 39; Rev. 
John, 39 ; Katherine Twysden, 39. 

Dent, Anna, 30; Elizabeth, 30; George, 30. 

Dickens, Eliza Anne, 125; Rev. Watson William, 125. 

Dickins, Caroline, 30; Richard Joseph, 30, 31. 

Dimock, Elizabeth Sarah, 79; Rev. John Giles, 79; 
Maria Jane, 79; Sarah, 79. 

Disney, Frederica Eliza, 51 ; Henry Cathrow, 51 ; 
James Cathrow, 51. 

Dixon, Adam, 166; Edward, 156; Janet, 166; Mary 
Davis, 156. 

Dixson, Benjamin, 176; Letitia, 176. 

Dobbs, Archibald Edward, 65 ; Edith Mary, 65 ; 
Elizabeth Catherine, 65 ; Richard Conway, 65. 

Dodgson, Jessie, 105 ; Rev. John, 105. 

Doherty, Beatrice Catherine Louisa, 113; Gen. Henry 
Edward, 113; John, 113; Rt. Hon. John, 113; 
see also Canning-Doherty. 

Domange, M., 165; Marie Aime, 165. 

Donelan, Frances, 121; John, 121. 

Donkin, Edward, no; Henry, no; Theodora, no. 

Donne, Catharine, 17; Catharine Bodham, 18; Ca- 
tharine Cowper, 17; Rev. Charles Edward, 18; 
Edith, 17 ; Mildred, 18 ; William Bodham, 17 ; 
William Mowbray, 17. 

Doveton, John Holroyd, 158; Mary Adolphine, 158. 

Downward, Rev. George Richard, 67 ; Mary, 67. 

DracopoU, Katharine Navarre, 64; Nicolo Francesco, 
64. 

Drinkwater, Elinor, 150; Elinor Drmkwater, 151; 
Elizabeth, 151; James, 150; John, 151; Margaret, 
150; Sir William Leece, 151. 

Duault, Francois Armand Maurice Georges, 62 ; Ger- 
trude Louisa Emma, 62. 

Duff, Emily Jane, 3 ; John, 3 ; Robert, 3. 

Dundas, William John, 38. 

Dunlop, Charles, 7. 

Dunn, John, 131; Sarah, 131. 

Duplessis, — , 160. 

Dutton, Ann, 74; John, 74. 

Dwyer, Catherine, 91 ; Cornelius O'Gorman, 91. 

Dymond, John, 40, Mary, 40; Robert, 40. 

Dyson, Sarah Harriet, 150; Thomas Fournis, 150. 



E 

Earle, Anne Louisa Ainsworth, 154; Chariotte, 72; 

Rev. Henry John, 72; Joel Foster, 154; Marianne, 

72; Mary, 161; Nicholas, 161. 
Earls, Charlotte, 125; Laintol, 125. 
Eddis, Arthur Clement, 107 ; Arthur Shelly, 107 ; 

Elizabeth Mary, 107; Julia, 107. 
Edison, John, 100. 

Edwards, John, 153: Sir John, 153; Maiy, 153. 
Edwards-Moss, Sir Thomas, 152. 
Elam, Benjamin, 21; Frances, 21. 
Elgood, Rose, 136; Susannah, 136; Thomas, 136. 
Ellis, Alfred, 145; Julia Elizabeth, 145. 
Ellithorne, Mary, 91. 

Elton, Rev. Edward, 162; John, 162; Margaret, 162. 
Elwick, Edward, 163; Ursula, 163. 



1S2 



Ely, John Henry Loftiis, Marquis of, 150. 

Emperor Napoleon I. of France, I75. 

Emperor of China, 52. 

ErroU, William Hay, Earl of, 27. 

Erskine, — , 100. 

Evans, Agnes Louisa, 62; Ann Maria, 64; Anne, 95; 
Elizabeth, 132; George Fabian, 62; George Harri- 
son, 62 ; Rev. Hugh, 95 ; Thomas, 132 ; William, 64. 

Everard, Jane, 9S ; John Potter, 98. 

Eyres, George Robert, 44, Sophia, 44. 



Fair, Arthur Oliver, 50; Charles Bass, 50; Charles 
Herbert, 50 ; Charles James, 49 ; Ellen, 49, 50 ; 
Esther, 49 ; Frances Jane, 50 ; Helen Mary, 50 ; 
Mary, 49, 50; Richard, 49; Rev. Robert Herbert, 
50; Thomas, 49, 50; Thomas Morgan, 49; Thomas 
Warden, 50. 

Farley, Anne, 156; Thomas, 156. 

Farr, Elizabeth .\nn, 46; William, 46; William Dale, 
46; William Windham, 46. 

Farrer, Ann, 58; Anne, 59; Frederick Willis, 168; 
Capt. Henr)', 58, 59. 

Faulconer, .\nn Baley, S ; Robert Stephen, 8, 9 ; 
William, 8. 

Fawcett, Henry, 58; Joseph, 129; Sarah Barlow, 58. 

Fennell, Elizabeth, 91 ; Frances, 91 ; George, 91. 

Fenton, Frances Marion, 14 ; Hannah, 14, 86, 88 ; 
Helen, 88; Jane, 86; John, 86, 88; WilHam, 14. 

Ferguson, Ann, 65; EHzabeth, 65, 122; George, 65, 
69; Maj. George, 122; Isabella Maria, 68; Joseph, 
68; Maria Isabella, 68; Phcebe Louisa, 69; Rev. 
Richard, 69. 

Fergusson, Charles, 102; Emily, 102. 

Fetherstone, Letitia, 69; Robert, 69. 

Field, Ann, 83 ; Ann Everatt, 82 ; Arthur, 84 ; Arthur 
Burton, 84 ; Aubrey John, 84 ; Barnard Geoffrey, 
84; Benjamin, 82; Cecily Hilda, 82; Charles Aw- 
bery, 82 ; Cyril Ernest, 82 ; Dorothy, 82 ; Edith 
Mary, 82 ; Elizabeth, 80 ; Ellen, 82, 83 ; Ellen 
Everatt, 84 ; Elsie Margaret, 84 ; Emma, S3 ; 
Ernest, 82; Ethel Constance, 84; Ethel Joyce, 84; 
Evelyn Lucy, 82; Frank, 84; Geoffry Burton, 84; 
Gertrude Margaret, 83; Gilbert, 84; Helen, 83; 
Henry, 84; Ilerbert Burton, 84; Horace, 84; 
Humphrey Frank, 84; Isabel, 84; Jessie Ann, 83; 
Jessie Cecilia, 83; John Gorham, 83; Lilian, 84; 
Margaret, 83 ; Maria, 84 ; Mary, 82, 83 ; Mary 
Ann Letitia, So; Mary Ilelen, 84; Samuel, 83; 
Sydney Benjamin, 82; Rev. Sydney Benjamin, 82; 
Violet Evelyn, 82; Walter, 83; William, 83; 
William David, 80; William Thomas, 83. 

Figg, Friincis Fowler, 91; Susanna Ellen, 91. 

Finch, Arthur, 83; Helen, S3; Sarah, 170. 

Findlay, Ann Lancaster, 20; William, 20. 

Fingall, Arthur James Plunkett, Earl of, 121 ; Frances 
Plunkett, Countess of, 121. 

Firth, Fanny Elizabeth, 108 ; Rev. George Arthur, 
108. 

Fisher, Agnes, 154; Rev. Cecil Edward, 154; Ven. 
Edmund Henry, 50 ; Elizabeth, 153; Frances Jane, 
50; Helen Sophia, 43; James, 43; Rev. John, 153; 
Rev. William, 154. 

Fitzgerald, Charles Henry, I ; Jane, I ; Maurice 
Otho, 107. 

Fitzwilliam, Wentworth, 163. 

Fleischmann, Alfred, 107; Florence Jane, 107. 

Fletcher, Agnes, 78, 81; Agnes Frances, 81; Agnes 
Muriel, 78; Alfred, 13; Alice, 77; Alice Vaughan, 
80; Ann, 77, 79; Augusta Franklyn, 79; Catherine 
Ann, 78 ; Charles William Corrie, 80 ; Charlotte 
Fowler, 78 ; Christine Adriana Sidney, 78 ; David 
Field, 81; Edith Mary, 80; Edward Blakemore, 
80 ; Edward Keeling, 79 ■ Eleanor Anne, 78 ; 
Eleanor de Blois, 78; Eliza Alice, 80; Eliza Jane, 
77 ; Elizabeth Harriet, 79 ; Elizabeth Sarah, 79 ; 
Evelyn Jane, 79 ; Florence Mabel, 80 ; Frances 



Gonville, 81; Frederick Brandstrom, 80, 81; Har- 
riet Anne Mary, 80; Helen Ann, 77; Rev. Henry 
80; Henry Field, 81; Honora Jane, 79; Honora 
Margaret Jane, 80 ; Irene Kathleen, 79 ; Rev. 
James Michael John, 80 ; Jane Maria, 77, 78 ; 
John, 79; Rev. John Waltham, 79; John Waltham 
Dimock, 79 ; Lorina Alice, 78 ; Maria Jane, So ; 
Mary Ann Letitia, 80 ; Mary Richmond, 81 ; 
Thomas, 77 ; Thomas Bainbrigge Walter Campbell, 
78 ; Thomas Howard Keeling, 77 ; Thomas Russell, 
78; Thomas William, 77; Walter Bracebridge, 78; 
Walter John, 77, 79; Walter Townshend, 79; Wil- 
liam, 77; Rev. William, 78; William B.ainbrigge, 
78; Rev. William George Dimock, 79; William 
Giffard, 78; Rev. Willi.am Henry, So, 81; William 
Holland Ballett, 8; William John Bainbrigge, 78. 

Flowers, Ann, 79 ; Maria Jane, 79 ; Rev. William 
Henry, 79- 

Floyd, Elizabeth, 142; Thomas, 142. 

P'loycr, Agnes Matilda, 115; Alice Matilda, 115; 
Alice Maude, 117; Anthony, 115; Arthur Ilere- 
warde, 116; Augxista, 115; Augustus Wadham, 
115; Rev. Ayscoghe, 116; Constance Gatehouse, 
117; Constance Muriel Augusta, 117; Edith, 116; 
Edith Louisa, 117; Edward Wadham, 117; Eric 
Martyn, 117; Eric Randolph, 117; Ernest Ays- 
coghe, 116; Frederick Anthony, 117; George 
Ayscoghe, 116; George P'rederic, 117; George 
Wadham, 118; Hubert Martin, 115; Hubert Wad- 
ham, 115; John Gould, 115; Rev. John Kestell, 
118; John Wadham, 115; Louisa Sara, 116; 
Mabel Frances, n8; Margaret Sarah, 117; Mary 
Louisa, 116; Richard Ayscoghe Martin, 115; 
Richard Gould, 115; Sarah, 115; Sydenham 
Ernest, 117; William, Il5; William Antony, 116; 
William Ayscoghe, 116. 

Fly, Anne Maria, 170; Rev. Henry, 170. 

Fooks, Constance Mary Jessie, 105 ; Maj. -Gen. 
George Alexander St. Peter, 105; Jessie, 105. 

Ford, Mary, 40; Thomas, 40. 

Foster, Ellen Jane, 130. 

Foster- Barham, Joseph, 17; Mary, 17. 

Foulkes, John, 95. 

Fowlie, Isabella Mary Coutts, 144; John Coutts, 144. 

Fox, Cornelius, 14S; Ellen Sophia, 66; Emily Mary-, 
66; Jane, 148; Robert Gerard, 66; Rev. WilUam 
Darwin, 66. 

Francis, Henry, 26 ; Mary Palmer, 26. 

Freckleton, Anne, 151. 

Freeman, Ann Bates, 173; John Frederick, 173. 

French, Jane, 43; Letitia, 174; Simon Arthur Hya- 
cinth, 43; William, 174. 

Froding, EUzabeth, 165; — , 165. 

Frost, Gen. Daniel Marsh, 38 ; Eliza, 38 ; Jean 
Graham, 38. 

Furniss, Albert James, 3 ; Arabella Louisa Kate, 3 ; 
Bernard Daniel, 3. 



Gabb, Elizabeth, 30; Jane, 30; Richard, 30. 
Gainsborough, Charles Noel-Noel, Earl of, 33. 
Gammell, Helen Louise, 123; William, 123. 
Gandy, Elizabeth, 151; James, 151. 
Garde, — , 160. 

Gardiner, Rev. Henry William, 33. 
Garnault, Aime, 167; Francisca, 167. 
Gatacre, Annabella Jane, 15; CoL Edward, 15. 
Gatis Lucy Jane, 6; Thomas, 6. 
Geake, William, 1 14. 

Geddes, Alexander, 58; Elizabeth, 58; Leila Mary, 58. 
George, see St. George. 
George III., King of England, 174. 
Gibson, Anna, 21 ; Bessie Florence, 52; Edward, 52; 
Elizabeth, 52; Rev. Heniy, 21; Jane, 133; John, 

Giflard, Charlotte, I2S ; Charlotte Josephine, 125 ; 
Thomas William, 125. 



Gilbertson, Eliza, 105 ; James Matthias, 105 ; Mary, 105. 

Gilbey, Ada Kate, 144; Agnes, 146, 147; Agnes 
Margarita Josephina, 146 ; Alfred, I46 ; Alfred 
Ronald, 146 ; Angela, 147 ; Annie Sarah, 145 ; 
Arthur Nockolds, 144 ; Beatrice, 144 ; Beatrice 
Elizabeth, 146; Carmen, 147; Caroline, 143; Ca- 
therine, 144; Charles Herbert, 144; Charles New- 
man, 147; Charlotte Anne, 144, 146; Constance, 
147 ; Daniel, 143 ; Elizabeth, 143, 147 ; Ellen, 
145; Emily, 143; Emily Lucy, 145; Eric, 144; 
Fanny Georgiana, 146, 147 ; Geoflrey Holland, 
146; George, 143; Gilbert, 147; Guy, 145; Har- 
riet, 143; Henry, 143, 144, 147; Henry Newman, 
147; Henry Parry, 144, 146; Henry Walter, 144; 
Hugh Lionel, 146 ; Isabella Mary Coutts, 144 ; 
John Newman, 147 ; Julia Elizabeth, 145 ; Kate, 
147 ; Laura Southard, 144 ; Mabel Kate, 145 ; 
Margarita Petra, 146 ; Maria del Rosario, 146 ; 
Maria Victorina, 147 ; Mary, 143, 147 ; Maud 
Ellen, 145 ; Mercedes Christina, 146 ; Newman, 
147 ; Nina, 144 ; Oliver Holland, 146 ; Percy 
Shepherd, 144; Rebecca, 143; Rose, 145; Sebas- 
tian, 145; Sebastian Walter, 144; Southard, 147; 
Sylvia, 144; Tresham, 145; Walter, 146, 147 
Sir Walter, 145 ; Walter Ewart, 144 ; Wilfrid 
Holland, 145 ; William Crosbie, 146 ; William 
Gordon, 146; William James Church, 144; Winifred 
Hilda, 146; — , 143. 

Gilliat, Adkin Jollands, 115; Augusta, 115. 

Gillingham, Elizabeth, 174; Rev. Roger, 174. 

Gipps, Clara, 15; Frances, 55; George, 55; Henry 
Plumptre, 15; Lieut. -Col. Herbert Leigh, 15; 
Jane, 55; Mary Ann, 15. 

Glanville, Alice, 92; Charles Fanshawe, 92; Francis, 
38 ; Loveday Sarah, 38. 

Glazebrook, Amelia, 58 ; Amelia Elizabeth, 58 ; Ann, 
58 ; Anne, 59 ; Annie, 5o ; Arthur Rimington, 59 ; 
Beatrice, 57 ; Catharine Hall, 57 ; Cecilia .\nne 
Esther, 56; Cecilia Mar)', 56; Charlotte Carnegy, 
58 ; Constance Farrer, 59 ; Constance Margery, 
59 ; Constance Patey, 57 : Dorothy, 56 ; Dorothy 
Kirkland, 58; Dorothy Mary, 58; Dorothy May, 

58 ; Edith Mary, 60 ; Edward, 58, 59 ; Edward 
Collins, 58 ; Elizabeth, 56-59 ; Elizabeth Har- 
greaves, 57 ; Ethel Mary, 57 ; Frances Edith, 60 ; 
Frances Gertrude, 59 ; Francis Henry, 58 ; Francis 
Kirkland, 59; Frederick Edward de Twenebrokes, 

59 ; Frederick Newton, 59 ; George Russel, 57 ; 
Gertrude Ethel, 59 ; Hamilton, 60 ; Hannah Byrth, 
58 ; Hannah Gertrude, 56 ; Harold Patey, 57 ; 
Harriet Augusta, 60 ; Henry, 57, 58 ; Henry 
George Twanbrook, 57; Henry Newton, 58; Isaac 
Knowles, 57 ; Rev. James, 56 ; James Francis Wal- 
misley, 58 ; Rev. James Kirkland, 56, 58 ; Jane, 
57; John Kirkland, 58, 59; Rev. John Kirkland, 
60 ; John Knowles, 56 ; Katherine, 57 ; Leila 
Mary, 58 ; Louisa Gertrude, 57 ; Louisa Russel, 
57 ; Margaret Elizabeth, 60 ; Marian Joan, 59 ; 
Marie, 58 ; Martha, 57 ; Maiy, 56, 57 ; Mary 
Hall, 57 ; Mary Hannah Twanbrook, 56 ; Mary 
Isabel, 60 ; Mary Twanbrook, 58 ; Michael George, 
60; Monica, 59; Nicholas .Smith, 59, 60; Philip 
Kirkland, 56 ; Richard Telley, 59 ; Sarah Anne, 
59 ; Sarah Barlow, 58 ; Sarah Elizabeth, 59 ; 
Thomas Kirkland, 56, 58 ; Thomas Twanbrook, 
57, 58 ; William 59 ; William Hall, 58 ; William 
Rimington, 60; William Twanbrook, 58. 

Glover, .A.nne, 14S; Edward, 148. 

Glynn, Edmund John, 37; Frances Mary, 37. 

Godden, Bertha, 54; Elfrida, 54; Emma Maude, 54; 

Emma Whitbread Juliana, 54 ; Ethel Mary, 55 ; 

Evelyn Maria Campbell, 55 ; Frances, 54, 55 ; 

Frederick Ernest, 55 ; Frederick Mares, 54, 55 ; 

Henrietta, 54 ; Henrietta Mildred, 54 ; Henry, 

54 ; Henry Tufton, 55 ; Isabella Beatrice, 55 ; 

Martha, 54, 55; Mary, 54, 55 ; Robert, 54 ; Robert 

Wilson, 54; Sarah Mar}-, 55; William Jefferies, 55; 

Rev. William Worcester, 54. 
Goddrington, Elizabeth Ann Ashton, 60; James, 66. 



Gold, Beatrix, 144 ; Charles, 146, 147 ; Charlotte 

Anne, 144, 146 ; Elizabeth, 147 ; Ellen, 146 ; 

Fanny Georgiana, 146, 147 ; Henry, 144, 146; 

Mar)', 147; Michael, 146; Walter Gilbey, 147. 
Golding, W. H., 55. 

Goodden, EIiz.abeth Harbin, 17; Wyndhani, 17. 
Goodman, John, 129. 
Goodwin, Agnes Louisa, 62; Frederick Sidney, 62; 

Hannah, 57 ; Joseph, 57. 
Gordon, Joseph Charles, 146; Margarita Petra, 146. 
Gort, Charles, Viscount, 174. 
Gosling, Ehzabeth Miller, 20; Sir Francis, 20; John 

Hunt, 6; Mary Jane, 6; Robert, 20. 
Gossett, Arthur, III; Augusta, in; Gertrude Maria, 

III. 
Gotha, see Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. 
Graham, Eliza, 38; Col. Richard, 38. 
Gi-ay, John, 136; Rose -Susannah, 136. 
Greenhill, Benjamin Cufif, 156; Edward George, 22; 

Henrietta Lavinia, 156; Lavinia Flora Plenrietta, 

156; Leonora, 22. 
Greenway, Edward Maurice, 1 13. 
Gregor, Charlotte Ann, 38 ; Gordon William Francis, 

36, 38; Jane Frances, 36, 38; Loveday Sarah, 38. 
Grey, M.ary, 74. 

Grilfith, Eliza, 130; Richard Clewen, 130. 
Gritiiths, John, 95; M.argaret, 95; Sophia, 11. 
Gross, Edward John, 68; Maria Isabella, 68 ; Samuel 

Chilton, 68. 
Grubb, Anne Eliza, 43; Anne Louisa, 167; John, 

43, 167; Sarah Anne, 43, 167. 
Grubbe, Edward Walter, 43 ; Robert Samuel, 43 ; 

-, 167. 
Gurdon, Edwin John, 176; Ellen ."Vnn, 176. 
Gurney, Catherine, 26; Samuel, 26. 
Gwillim, Elizabeth, 112; Ehzabeth Posthuma, 112; 

Col. Thomas, 1 12. 
Gwynne, Anna Maria, 123; Roderick, 123. 
Gwynne-Holford, Anna Maria, 123; Eleanora, 123; 

Col. James Price, 123. 

H 

Haddock, Rev. Jeremi.ah William, 103; Louisa Rose, 
103. 

Hall, Augusta, Baroness Llanover, 121 ; Hon. Au- 
gusta Charlotte Elizabeth, 121; Sir Benjamin, 
Baron Llanover, 121; Eardlcy Nichokas, 8; Llan- 
nah, 57 ; Katherine, 57 ; Wilham, 57. 

HaUiburton, Alexander, 149; Anna, 149. 

Hamer, Athelstan, 155; Elizabeth, 155. 

H.aniilton, Anne, 164 ; Charles James, 102 ; Maj. 
Charles Pratt, 102; Charles Vereker, 174; Geor- 
gina, 174; Isabella, I02; John, 164; Col. John 
Terrier, 174; Julia Augusta, 164; Louisa, 102; 
Pryce Bowman, 164. 

Hamilton-Campbell, Charles Vereker, 174; Mary 
William Sancroft, 174. 

Hanmer, Rev. John, 33; Rebecca, 33. 

Hansard, Ehzabeth, 21; Laura Christina, 21; Luke 
Graves, 21. 

Harding, Anne, 103 ; George, 103 ; Mary, in; Rear- 
Admiral, in. 

Hare, Marian, 8; Thomas, 8. 

Hargreaves, John, 56 ; Mary, 56. 

Harinar, Ambrose, 23; Henry James Rivington, 23. 

Harris, Adrianna, 83; Charlotte Fowler, 78; Rev. 
Daniel, 78; Edward, 140; Evelyn Ann, 140; Jessie 
Ann, 83 ; John Parrott, 83 ; William, 83 ; William 
John, 8. 

Harrison, Catherine, 13; Maj. Charies, 13; Hannah, 
78; Harriet, 104; Joseph, 104; Susan Le Cras, 
13; William, 14. 

Harter, Francis Williamina, 60 ; Harriet Augusta, 
60; William, 60. 

Harvey, Agnes Anne, 131; Edmund, 131; Francis 
Edward, 130; Harriet, 130, 131; Jane Charlotte, 
28; Joseph, 132; Maria, 130; Maiy Anne, 132; 
Thomas, 130, 131; Lieut.-Col., 28; — , 130, 131. 



184 



H.irward, Gainsborough, 77. 

Haslchurst, Mar)', 5 ; Thomas Williams, 5. 

Haslcwood, Dorothea, 29; Thomas, 29. 

Ilassall, Margaret, 148; Thomas Keate, 148. 

Hastings, Warren, 17. 

Havelock, Gen. Sir Hcnr)', 155. 

Hawkins Benjamin, 33 ; Elizabeth, 33. 

Hay, Lady Dulcibella Jane, 27 ; William, Earl of 
Erroll, 27. 

Hayles, Martha, 72; Richard, 72. 

Head, Mar)-, 173; Samuel, 173. 

Heeley, Edmund, 139; Marianne, 139; Mary Ann, 
139; Wilfrid Lucas, 139. 

Hellings, Elizabeth, 74; Mary, 74; Nicholas, 74. 

Henderson, Peter, 130 ; Sophia, 129, 130. 

Henley, Frances, I ; Richard, i. 

Henning, Edmund, 25 ; Martha, 25. 

Henry, Arthur Horsenden, 43. 

Herbert, Hon. Albertina Agnes Mary, 122; Arthur 
James, 123; Gen. Sir Arthur James, 122; Hon. 
Augusta Charlotte Elizabeth, 121 ; La Baronne Ce- 
cilie, 125 ; Charlotte Josephine, 125 ; Constance 
Laura, 125; Edmund Arthur, 123; Edmund Philip, 
123; Edward Bleiddian, 124; Eleanora, 123; Eliza 
Brunetta, 154; Elizabeth, 122, 154; Elydyr John 
Bernard, 122; Florence Catherine Mary, 124; Flo- 
rence Mary Ursula, 122 ; Frances, 122 ; Frances 
Catherine, 123 ; Francis Joseph Alphonse, 125 ; 
George Arthur, 154; Gwendoline, 125; Gwladys, 
25; Helen Louise, 123; Henrietta Mary Arienwen, 
124 ; Ivor John Caradoc, 122 ; John, 123 ; John 
Arthur Edward, 121 ; Josephine Lucy Frances 
Marie, 125 ; Marie Louise, 125 ; Mary Louisa, 
124; Reginald, 125; Stephen Silurian Charles, 
124; William, 121, 122, 125; William Reginald 
Joseph Fitzherbert, 125; — , 122. 

Hemtt, Catherine, 17; Charles, 17. 

Hicks, Arthur Power, :oi; Frederick, 100; George 
Aust, loi ; Harriet, loi, 131; Henry Henderson, 
100; Jane 100; John, loo, loi, 131; John Power, 
100, loi ; Julia Eleanor, loi ; Louisa, 100, loi ; 
Louisa Power, loi ; Margaret, 100; Maria, 100; 
Sarah, 100; Sophia, loi ; Susanna, 100; Susanna 
iMaria, 100; Susannah Power, loi ; Susannah, 131; 
Walter Power, loi; William John, 100; William 
Power, 100. 

Higgens, Elizabeth, 165 ; Helen Elizabeth, 165 ; 
William, 165. 

Higgins, Christopher Com)Ti, I; Frances, 104; Jane, 
I ; Sarah, I. 

Hill, Elizabeth, 122; Isaac, 115; James, 127; John, 
122; Martha, 127; Mar)', 131; Mar)' Frances 
Henrietta, 168; Susanna, 115; Thomas, 131; 
William Robinson, 168. 

Hillersdon, Charlotte Mar)', 107 ; John, 107. 

Hilliard, Rev. John Crosier, 173; Mary St. Alban, 

173- 
Hillman, Jane, 23 ; John, 23. 
Hine, Daniel Thomas, 145; David, 99; Emma, 99; 

Maud Ellen, 145 ; Thomas, 145. 
Hobbes, Elizabeth, 21; William, 21. 
Hobson, Capt. Anthony Pemberton, 109 ; Eleanor 

Frances Margaret, 109; John Reinholdt, 109. 
Hockin, Edward, 117; Margaret Sarah, 117. 
Hole, Francis, 152; Jane, 152. 
Holford, see Gwynne-Holford. 

Holland, Beatrice Elizabeth, 146; William James, 146. 
Holmes, John, 20; Mary Ann, 20. 
Home, Countess of, 25. 
Homer, Edward, 61 ; Frances Maria, 63 ; James 

Edward, 63; Louisa, 61; Mary, 61. 
Homewood, Ann, 7; William, 7. 
Hooper, George, 20; Jane, 20; Mary, 20. 
Hopkins, Emma, 9; Henry, 9; Isabella, 9; John, 9; 

Sir John, 102; Mary Anne, 102. 
Hornby, Frederica, in; Phippsjohn, III. 
Horner, George, 163; Mary, 163; Simon, 163. 
Hotham, Capt. George, 93; Lieut. -Col. George, 93; 

Harriet, 93 ; Lora, 93. 



Houson, Joseph, 65 ; Maria Amy, 65. 

Howard, Eliza, 105; Eliza Catherine Prince, 54; 

Mary, 99; Mary Ann, 99; Peter, 54; Robert, 99. 
Howorth, John, 16; Mary, 16. 
Hubbard, Fanny, 97; Henry Willi.im, 97. 
Huddleston, Edward, 122, 12$; Frances, 122, 125; 

Sarah, 122, 125. 
Hudson, Charles, 12; Charlotte, 114; Jane, 12; 

John, 114. 
Hughes, Christine Adriana Sidney, 78 ; Rev. John 

William Conway, 78. 
Hugo, Joanna Bryan, 46 ; Paulina Byrdall, 46 ; 

Thomas Byrdall, 46. 
Humfrey, Jane Charlotte, 28 ; Robert Blake, 28 ; 

Robert Harvey, 28. 
Humphries, Sarah, 79; William, 79. 
Hurst, Mary Elizabeth, 175; William John, 175. 



Irons, Joseph, in; Sarah Albinia Louisa, III; Rev. 

William Josiah, ill. 
Isaac, Edward, 126, 127; Lydia Ellen, 126; Sarah 

Louisa, 127. 



Jackson, Col. Basil, 113; Frances, 113; Mar)', 113. 

Jacob, Emily Helen Ingram, 107; Frank, 107; John, 
12S; Rebecca, 128. 

James, Bertha, 109 ; Emmie, 105 ; Rev. William 
Edward, 105; William Parry, 109. 

Jane, Charlotte Dorothy, 11; Warren, II. 

Jardine, Helen, 141 ; Jane Home, 141; Sir William, 
141. 

Jeannin, Edmond, 52, Louisa Anrie, 52. 

Jefferies, Sarah Mary, 55 ; William, 55. 

Jeffery, Alice Matilda, 115; Elizabeth, 115; Wells, 
115 ; William, 115. 

Jermyn, Agnes, 171; Alice Eleanor, 172 ; Ann 
Bates, 173; Anna Maria, 170; Anne Maria, 170; 
Catherine, 170; Charles Rushbrook, 171; Con- 
stance Barre, 171 ; Dorothy Paulina, 171 ; Ed- 
mund, 173; Rev. Edmund, 171; Edmund Arthur, 
171; Eliza Catherine, 172; Elizabeth, 170; 
Elizabeth Susannah Mary, 171 ; Ella, 173 ; Ella 
Beatrice, 173; Ellen, 172; Ellen Mary, 172; 
Rev. George Bitton, 170; Georgiana Spring, 171 ; 
Harriet, 173 ; Helena Margaret, 171 ; Henry, 
17') 173! Hilda St. Alban, 173; Hugh Car- 
michael, 171; Hugh Turenne, 172; Rev. Hugh 
Willoughby, 172; Ida Mary, 173; Irene Frances, 
173; James, 173; Katherine, 171; Lancelot 
Ambrose Scudamore, 171; Louisa Emily, 173; 
Lucy Trevelyan, 173; Marianne, 171; Mar)' St. 
Alban, 173; Paulina, 170; Peter, 170; Rowland 
Fonnby, 173 ; S.arah, 170; Sophia Henrietta, 
172; Turenne, 171, 173; William Edward, 172; 
Willoughby, 173. 

Johnson, Agnes, 78; Alice Barham, 19; Ann, 136; 
Anna, 18, 27; Anne Elizabeth Cowper, 19; Ber- 
tram Vaughan, 19; Catharine Anne, 17; Catharine 
Bodham, 18; Catharine Cowper, 17; Catherine 
Mar)', 136 ; Hon. Cecilia, 19 ; Charles Bernard 
Cowper, 18; Edina Charlotte Vaughan, 19; Eleanor 
Gertrude, 19 ; Emily Barharri, 18, 19 ; Emma 
Mary, 18; Frederick, 17, 78; Geoffrey Barham, 
iS; Gertrude, iS; Hannah, 106; Henrietta Cow- 
per, 19 ; Henry Barham, 18 ; Henry Robert 
Vaughan, 19 ; Hubert Vaughan, 19 ; John, 106 ; 
Rev. John, 17; John Barham, iS ; Rev. John 
Ba-'ham, 18, 27; John Hamilton, iS; John Hamil- 
ton Cowper, 18; Joseph, 136; Kenneth Cowper, 
18; Mabel HenrietU, 62; Margaret Ada Barham, 
19, 27; Maria Dorothy, 17; Maria Theodora, 18; 
Marianne, 17; Mar)', 6; Mary Cowper, 19; Mary 



185 



Elizabeth, 17; Mary Theodora, 17; Maurice Cow- 
per, iS': Richard Wilham, 62; Robert Vaughan, 
19 Wilfrid Harry Cowper, 18 ; William Austin 
Cowper, 18; Rev. William Cowper, 17-19; WiUiam 
Prior, 6. - 

Johnstone, Imogen Isabella Twysden, 39; James, 
^q; Maria Mary Payne, 39; Rev. Richard, 39. 

Jones, Alice Maude, 117; Anne, 164; Appoloma, 
124; Gen. Sir Arthur James, 122; Hon Augusta 
Charlotte Elizabeth, 121 ; Edmund Philip, 1 23 ; 
Edward Basil, 123; Elizabeth, 122; Emma Sed- 
don 87; Florence, 122; Frances, 122, 125 ; 
Frances Mary, 122; Lady Harriet, 121; Henry 
Wybome, 123; Herbert Gerald, 124; Jane Mary, 
12^; John, 87, 121, 125; John Arthur Edward, 
121; Marianne, 122; Mary, 121, 123-125; Mary 
Louisa, 124; Philip, 121; Pryce, 164; Richard, 
124; Thomas, 124; Rev. Thomas Roberts, 117; 
WiUiam, 122, 125. 

Joynson, Catharine Hall, 57; Isabella, 57; Tertius, 
57 ; Thomas, 57. 

Judge, Georgina Rebecca, 171; Canon, 171. 

K 

Keate, Rev. John, tog, no; Louisa Amelia, 109; 

Mary, no. ,0 

Kelso, Alexander, 87 ; Mary Eleanor, S7. 
Kemble, John Mitchell, 18; Mildred, 18. 
Kemp, Mary, 46. 
Kennedy, Mary, 29; Thomas, 29. 
Kent, Jane, 2; John, 2. ^ ,• r- .u ■ «-. 

Ker, Ellen Everatt, 84; Henry Colm Guthrie, S4> 

WiUiam Wemyss, 84. 
Kerr, Caroline Julia Ann, n ; Robert, II. 
Kesteven, Laura, 71; Mary, 71; Thomas Thorney- 

Key° Mary' Catherine, 165; Rev. Samuel, 165; Capt. 

WiUiam Henry, 165. 
King, Anne, 26; Bertha, 54; John Rooper, 54; Rev. 

WiUiam, 26. 
King Beli Mawr of Britain, i. 
King Belinus the Great of Britain, 1. 
King Brochwel Ysgithrog of Powys, I. 
King George III. of England, 174. 
King of Greece, 52. 
King of Roumania, 52. 
Kingsale, Baron, 10. 
Kingsbury, Thomas, 33. 
Kingsdown, Thomas Pemberton, Lord, 15. 
Kinnaird, George, Lord, 5. 
Kirkham, Anne, 3; John Karkeek, 3. 
Kirkland, Dorothy, 56; Thomas, 56. 
Knighton, Charles, 5 ; Lucy Elizabeth Gamble, 5. 
Knowles, Herbert, 88; Mabel, 88. 



Lamb, Gerald Henry, 24; Jessie Mylne, 24; Rev. 

Thomas Davis, 24. 
Lambert, Rev. Bruges, 128; Charies, 84 ; Ethel 

Constance, 84; Mary, 1 28; Robert, 128. 
Lancaster, Thomas, 13. 
Latham, Catherine, 102; Edward, 102, 103; Emily, 

103; John Henry, 103; Samuel, 102. 
Laurence, Sir Thomas, 46. 
Lawrence, George, 124; Mary, 71 - 124; Nathaniel, 

71. 
Lawson, Rev. Robert, 8. , t- j • 1 

Ledsam, Elizabeth Ann Ashton, 66 ; Joseph Frederick, 

66 ; Mary Elizabeth, 66. 
Lee, George, 136; Mary, 121, 125; Richard, 121, 

125; Susan, 136. . „ . 

Leesmith, Bryan Lee, 32; Sophie Beatnce, 32. 
Leevis, Coakley, 49; Mary, 49. .„ . 

Lefroy, Hon. Elizabeth, 74; Margaret Everina, 74, 

Thomas Paul, 74. 



Legge, Cordelia Twysden, 39; Hon. Edward Henry, 

39 • Frances, 39; WiUiam, Eari of Dartmouth, 39. 

Lemonius, Augusta Eliza, 13; Augustus Henry, 13; 

Susan Le Cras, 13. . , , d 

Levett, Louisa Frances, 153; Richard, 153; Kev. 
Richard, 13; see also Byrd-Levett and Byrd-Levett- 
Scrivener. , 

Lewis, Gen. Charies Algernon, 154; Rev. John 
Clarke, 72; La;titia Frances Annie, 72; Leyson 
Edwin, 153; Leyson Orton, 153; Louisa Catherine, 
153; Mary, 154. _ „, , 

Lindsell, Anne, 103; Annie Frances, 103; Charies 

Samuel, 103. 
Linford, Ann, 82; Joseph, 82. 
Littledale, Ann, 14; Annette Nora Jane, 14, Julia, 

14: Thomas, 14. . „ c- t 1. 

Littler, Flora McDonald, 22; Lieut. -Gen. Sir John 

Hunter, 22. 
Livius, George, 17; Maria Dorothy, 17; Mary, 17. 
Lizars, Daniel, 141; Jane Home, 141. 
Llanover, Augusta Hall, Baroness, 121 ; Sir Benjamin 

HaU, Baron, 121. 
Llanwarne, Mary, 124; Nicholas, 124. 
Lloyd, Ada Fitzgerald, 3 ; Amy Letitia, 69 ; Anne, 
I 3; Arabella Louisa Kate, 3; Arthur Leslie, 3. 
Brochwel Frederick de Boulers, 2; Hon. Caroline 
Amelia Sophia, i; Charles Kirkham 3 ; Charles 
Westall 3; Edith Maria Gream, 164; Edward, 
133, 164; Eliza, 2; Emily, 2; Emily Jane, 3; 
Emma, 69; Ernest Winser, 3; Ethe' Louisa, 3 j 
Frances i • Rev. Frederick Assheton, 161 , 
Frederick Bianchi, 2; George, I, 2, 164; George 
Harry Herbert de Beaumont, 3; Herbert, 69 ; 
Heni7 Crampton, 2; Jane, I, 2 ; Jane Fitz- 
gerald, 2: John, 2; John Fermor Charles, 2, 
Kate RandeU, 3; Katherine, 2; Louisa de 
Beaumont, 2; Maria, 133:, Mary I, 2; Mary 
Ann 161 • Maud Minnie Middleton, 2; Patty 
Sophia Elizabeth, 2; Peter, I ; Richard, i ; Rosa- 
bella Susan, 164; Sampson Samuel, 69; Sarah, I , 
Sophia Louisa, 2; Violet Jane Gwenlhan 2 ; 
William, I ; Rev. WiUiam Valentine, I ; William 
Vaughan Broughton, 2 ; Zealand Fleetwood, 2. 
Lock, Mary Ann, 165 ; Thomas Bentley, 165. 
Locke, EliKibeth, 33; Frances, 106; John, 33: Capt., 

106. 
Lockett, John, 139; Mary, 1 39- . , , „, 
Locknell, Archibald Campbell, Laird of, 91 • 
Lofft,Capel, 170; Laura Capel, '7o; Sarah, 70. 
LoftJs, John Henry, Marquis of Ely, 150; Lady 

Marion Jane, 150. „ , . 

Lomax, Edmund, 52 ; Ellen, 13 ; Frances Sophia 

Mostvn, W; Hester, 52; Richard, 13. 
Londesteough, Albert, Baron, 122; Ursula Lucy 

Grace, Baroness, 122. 
Lord, Alice Mary, 109; Hugh Fraser, 109. 
Loudon, — , 174- ,_ 

Loveless, Thomas Henry, 168. 
Lowndes, Fanny, 67 ; William Layton, 67. 
Lubbock, Harriet, 93; Sir John Wdliam, 93; Lora, 

03; Montague, 93; Nora, 93. 
Lucl;, Edward Lingard, 69; El-abeth, 6 ; Man^. 
61: Mary Amelia, 69; Mary Helen, 69; Robert, 
61 61;, 70; Sarah, 65, 70; Sir Thomas, 69. 
Lukin Adeine, 48; Alice Beatrice, 47: Al":« 
"-G nrude 48 Angiolina Henrietta Louisa Mary 
47 • Ann, 46 ; Anna, 46 ; Augustus Stephen, 47 . 
Blanche Lilian Hugo, 48; Charles James Augustus 
47- Dora Kathleen, 47 : Dora Pauline, 48 ; Ed th 
g^aakiine Mary, 47; Elizabeth Ann, 46; EnvUy 
47; Emily Beatrice, 48; E"''>' ?^^j'^;'. f ^ ,, 
Annie, 48' Frank Edward, 47; * red Edward 47, 
Gertrude Joanna, 48; Harry Alber, 47; Herberi 

mS ^S iK 48 ; 'jics WiUiam^obert 
Geoflrey, 47; Joanna Bryan, 46; Lione W Uliam, 
47; LouisYVary, 48; Maggie 47 ; M"-- 47 
Maria Annie, 47; Mary, 46; Mary Amelia, 46, 

ii;6 



Mary Herbert, 48 ; Mary rauline, 47 ; Reginald 
Hugo, 47 ; Roynon Charles, 48 ; Walter Hugo, 
47 ; Walter Roynon, 48 ; William, 46 ; William 
Anthony, 47; Rev. William Hugo, 48. 
Lyon, James Walter, loi ; Juiia Kleanor, loi ; 
Thomas, 17. 

M 

Macdonald, Flora, 156; Henrietta Lavinia, 156. 

Maclean, John Ualrymple, 88. 

Macnamara, Adeline Louisa, 93 ; Alice, 92 ; Amy, 
92 ; Arthur, 92 ; Carroll, 93 ; Catherine, 91 ; 
Charles Carroll, 91, 93; Charlotte Maria, 92; 
Daniel, 91, 92; Dorothy Mia, 94; Edith Louisa, 
91 ; Eleanor, 91 ; Elira, 92 ; Elsie, 92 ; Eric 
Danvers, 92 ; Fanny, 93 ; Frances, 91 ; Francis 
Nottidge, 92; George Houseman, 91 ; George Lock- 
nell, 91 ; Rev. Henry, 92 ; Henry Charles, 92 ; 
Rev. Henry Danvers, 92 ; Hugh John, 92 ; Hugh 
Winckworth, 92; James, 93, 94; John, 91; John 
Clavering, 91 ; Katherine Elizabeth, 94 ; Louisa 
Eliza, 91; Mai%-e, 94; Maria Louisa, 93; Mary 
Emily, 94 ; Michael, 91 ; Michael Francis, 92 ; 
Nora, 93; Nora Millicent, 91; Nottidge Charles, 
93 ; Oona, 93 ; Oona Louisa, 94 ; Patrick, 91 ; 
Patrick Guy, 94; Robert Danvers, 92; Sheila, 94; 
Susanna Ellen, 91. 

Macpherson, Florence, 96 ; Francis Alexander, 91 ; 
Maria Jane, So; Mary Kilgour, 96; Ronald, 80. 

Mair, Caroline Anne, 8; Lieut. -Col. Cornelius Cuyler 
Philip, 8. 

Maitland, Alexander, 31; Anna, 30, 31; Arthur, 30; 
Caroline, 30, 31; Cecilia Agnes Hope, 29; Doro- 
thea, 29 ; Edith Emma, 32 ; Edward, 32 ; Edward 
James, 32; Edwin, 32; Eliza, 32; Elizabeth, 31; 
Emily, 29; Emlin, 30; Emma, 31; Emma Caro- 
line, 31 ; Emma Knox, 32; Eva Mary, 32; Fanny, 
29 ; Frances, 32 ; Frederick, 32 ; Frederick Orbell, 
32; George, 30; Henry, 32; Rev. Herbert Thomas, 
29; Jane, 30; John Pelham, 31 ; John Tasker, 31 ; 
Joseph, 30, 31; Louisa, 31; Marianne, 30; Mary, 
29-31; Matilda, 32; Naomi, 32; Nathaniel, 31; 
Pelham, 29; Rev. Pelham, 29; Pelham Thomas, 
29; Rhys, 32; Richard, 30; Col. Richard, 29; 
PLichard Joseph, 32; Robert George, 31; Robert 
Lindley, 32 ; Robert Searles, 31 ; Sophia, 31 ; 
Sophia Beatrice, 32 ; Susan, 30 ; Thomas, 30 ; 
Thomas Pelham, 29 ; William 30. 

Male, Jane Arundell, 126. 

Mallet, Catherine, 49; John, 49. 

Maltby, Brough, 167; Harriet, 167. 

Mann, Emily, 112; Rev. Horatio, 112; Louisa, 112. 

Mannel, Joseph, 126; Miriam, 126. 

Mares, Anne, 43; J., 54; John, 54; Mary, 54; 

— , 54- 
Marke, Annie Eliza, 113; Sedley Bastard, 113. 
Markham, Charlotte Elizabeth, 166; Gervase, 166. 
Marshall, Elizabeth, 70 ; Grace Eleanor, 70 ; Rev. 

Jenner, 70; Jenner Guest, 70. 
Martineau, John Philip, 38. 
Marzetti, Augustus Cammillus, 175; Eveline Mathilde, 

175- 
Mason, Ann, 82; Ann Everatt, 82; Elizabeth, 9, 

163; Capt. George Henry, 48; Jane Charlotte, 28; 

Margaret, 163; Mar}-, 48; Mary Herbert, 48; 

Moses, 9 ; Robert Harvey, 28 ; Robert Harvey 

llunifrey, 28; Samuel, 82; Thomas, 163. 
Massy, Hugh, Lord, 74. 
Masters, John Kenning Smallman, 105. 
Mawr, Beli, King of Britain, i. 
May, Anne, 151; Geoffrey Bourne Seaburne, 151; 

Harriet Anne Dyson, 151; Harriet Irene Bourne 

Seaburne, 151 ; James Bourne Seaburne, 151 ; 

James William Seaburne, 151. 
May-Bourne, GeofTrey Bourne Seaburne, 151 ; Harriet 

Anne Dyson, 151 J Harriet Irene Bourne Seaburne, 

151 ; James Bourne Seaburne, 151 ; James William 

Seaburne, 151. 



McKenzic, Bryan, 46 ; Paulina Byrdall, 4G. 
McMaster, Joseph, 30; Susan, 30. 
McMurdo, Philadelphia, 132; Capt. Robert, 132. 
Mead, Isabella, 57 ; Samuel, 57. 
Mecch, Elizabeth, 34; John, 34; Thomas, 34. 
Meller, Edith Mary, 82; Elizabeth, 82; Walter, 82. 
Mellish, Joseph, 124; Wilholmina Anne, 124. 
Mellor, Ada Dorothea, 87 ; Alfred, 87 ; Alfred Shaw, 
87 ; Anne Jane, 86 ; Beatrice Alice, 87 ; Bernard 
VVaddington, Paget, 87 ; Caroline, 85 ; Catherine, 
85, 88; Charles, 88; Charles Oliver Pi^et, 86; 
Claud Paget, 87 ; Dorothea Jane Fenton, 86 ; 
Edith Jane, 88 ; Edward Daniel, 87 ; Elizabeth 
Catharine, 86 ; Eliziibeth Catherine, 87 ; Eliza- 
beth Cooke, 85 ; Ellen, 87 ; Ellen Mabel, 87 ; 
Emma Seddon, 87 ; Eric Leyland, 88 ; Evelyn 
Mar)', 87 ; Frances Alice, 87 ; Francis Hamilton, 
85, 88; Geraldine Elizabeth, 87; Gertrude Eliz.a- 
beth, 87; Godfrey William Paget, 86; Helen, 88; 
Helen Mabel, 88; Horace, 88; Isabella Katherine, 
87 ; James Gilbert Shaw, 87 ; James Robert, 85, 
86; Jane, 86; John, 85; Rt. Hon. Sir John, 85; 
John Fenton, 86 ; John Francis Shaw, 87 ; John 
Paget, 86 ; John Serocold Paget, 86 ; Rt. Hon. 
John William, 85 ; Julia Elizabeth Helen Fenton, 
86; Mabel, 88; Maljel Richardson, 86; Margaret 
Ellen, 87 ; Maria Florence, 87 ; Maria Moseley, 
87 ; Mary Eleanor, 87 ; Mary Hope, 88 ; Philip 
Albert Fenton, 86 ; Philip Henry, 88 ; Philip 
Horace Leyland, 88 ; Philip Seddon, 87 ; Phyllis 
Leyland, 88 ; Robert Owston Fenton, 86 ; Sydney 
Paget, 87 ; Violet, 87 ; Violet Frances Fenton, 86 ; 
Rev. Wilfrid Paget, 86; William Moseley, 86; 
William Moseley Fenton, S6; Winifred Mabel, 88. 
Mercer, Maj. Arthur Hill Hasted, 71 ; Elizabeth 

.Ajine, 71 ; Florence, 71. 
Merry, Elizabeth, 46; Mary Amelia, 46; William, 46. 
Meynell, Catherine Dorothy, 123; Edgar, John, 123; 

Edward, 123. 
Miles, Maria, 154; Millicent, 154; Philip John, 154. 
Miller, Anne Agnes, 8; Charles, 161; Rev. Edward 

Mansel, 8. 
Milner, Jane, 140; William, 140. 
Mirehouse, Agnes, 154; Anna, 154; Anne Louisa 
Ainsworth, 154; Arthur William Leigh, 154, 155; 
Ednyn Charles, 154; Eliza Brunetta, 155; Eliza- 
beth, 153, 155; Elizabeth Mary, 153, 154; Emma, 
153, 154; Esther Avarina, 155; EveljTi, 154; 
P'anny, 153, 154; George Tierney, 154; Georgi.ana 
Elizji, 155; Henry, 154; Henry George, 154; 
Henry John, 154; John, 153, 155; Rev. John, 
155; John Campbell, 153, 154; Louisa Catherine, 
153; Marj-, 153, 154; Mary Cornelia Brunetta, 
155; Mary MilUcent, 154; Millicent, 154; Milli- 
cent Mary, 155; Philip John, 155; Rev. Thomas, 
153, 155; Rev. Thomas Henry, 153-15S; William, 
155; William Cruger, 154; William Edward, 155; 
Rev. William Squire, 153-15S. 
Mitchell, Catherine, 85; Elizabeth, 10; Joseph, 10; 

William, 85. 
Moberley, Edward, 130, 131; Dr. George, 130, 131; 

Harriet, 1 30, 131. 
Moger, Eliza Laura, 21 ; Robert George, 21. 
Molesworth, Beatrice Anne, 37 ; Blanche Mary Twys- 
den, 39 ; Caroline, 37, 38 ; Caroline Treby, 37 ; 
Cordelia Twysden, 39 ; Frances, 38 ; Frances 
Mary, 39 ; Frances Susannah, 37 ; Rev. Hugh 
Henry, 37, 38; Rev. Sir Hugh Henry, 37; Hugh 
Prideaux, 37 ; Imogen Isabella Twysden, 39 ; 
James, 38 ; Jane Frances, 36, 38 ; Jean Graham, 
38 ; Katharine Maud Morwenna, 39 ; Katherine 
Maud Morwenna, 36 ; Katherine Twysden, 39 ; 
Kathrine, 37 ; Sir Lewis William, 38 ; Loveday 
Barbara, 38 ; Margaret Dorothea, 39 ; Mary 
Lstitia, 36; Mary Letitia, 39; Montague Treby, 
37 ; Paul Francis, 39 ; Rev. Paul W' illiam, 37 ; 
Rev. Sir Paul William, 36-38; Sir Paul William, 
39; Walter Hele, 37, 39; Rev. William, 37; Sir 
William, 37. 



1S7 



Molyneux, Ann, 14; Anthony, 13; Frances, 13; 

James, 150; Mar}-, 152; Mary Ann, 13; Mary 

Anne, 150; Thomas, 14, 152. 
Monteith, Florence Catherine Mary, 124 ; Joseph, 

124; Robert, 124; Wilhelmina Anne, 124. 
Moore, Catherine, 156; Constance Ellen, 156; Eliza 

Jane, 77; George William, 77; Henry, 51; John 

Lines, 156; Marj-, 51. 
Morgan, Augusta, in; Edith Elizabeth, 124; 

Thomas, 1 1 1 ; William Bowyer, 24. 
Morice, Charlotte, 140 ; Rev. Henry, 140; Mary, 

140. 
Morley, Elfrida, 54 ; Rev. George, 54 ; Walter 

Francis, 54. 
Morris, Caroline, 25 ; Joseph, 25 ; Martha, 25. 
Morse, Anna, iS, 27; George, l8, 27. 
Moseley, Elizabeth Cooke, 85; WiUiam, 85. 
Moss, Hannah, 152; Harriet, 136; Harriet Eliza, 

152; John, 152; Sir Thomas, 152; William, 136; 

stY also Edwards-Moss. 
Mott, Caroline, 26 ; Frederica Lucy, 26 ; John 

Thomas, 26. 
Mulholland, Anne, 66 ; St. Clair Kelbum, 66. 
Murdin, Rev. Cornelius, 72 ; Lnetitia, 72. 
Murray, Frances Octavia, 45 ; Isabella Katherine, 52 ; 

James Wolfe, Lord Cringletie, 45, 52 ; Louisa 

Anne, 52. 
Muttlebury, Frances, 113; Lieut. -Col., 113. 
Myers, Arthur Bowen JKichards, 39 ; Blanche Mary 

Twysden, 39; John Powell Matthew, 39; Mary 

Anna, 39. 
Mylne, Emily, 22; William Chadwell, 22. 



N 

Napier, Annabella Jane, 15; Maj. Hon. Charles, 15; 

Mabel, 15; Maria Frances, 80; Maria Jane, 80 ; 

William, 80; William Archibald, 15. 
Napoleon L, Emperor of France, 175. 
Naylor, see Todd-Naylor. 
Neale, Ada Anne Worsley, no; James, 1 10. 
Nelson, Emily, 132; George, 132. 
Nesfield, Elizabeth, 130-132; Sarah, 130; Rev. 

William, 130-132. 
Netwell, Elizabeth, 28 ; Thomas Bulkeley, 28. 
Neve, George, 55 ; Mary, 55. 
Newbold, James William, 51. 
Newcastle, Henry, Duke of, 141. 
Newnham, Martha, 57; Rev. Philip Hankinson, 57; 

William, 57. 
Newsham, Lucy, i6l ; Mary, 161 ; Peers, 161 ; 

Thomas, 161. 
Newson, Anne, 175; Samuel, 175. 
NichoU, Iltid, 106; Jane Ellen, 106; Sarah, 106. 
Nicholls, Caroline Maria, 8; Catherine Harriet, 167; 

Sir George, 167; Harriet, 167; Rev. Henry 

George, 8 ; Henry Millett, 8 ; Jane, 167 ; Lilian 

Mair, 8; Solomon, 8. 
Nicholson, Harriet, 114; Samuel, 114. 
Noake, Mary, 4. 

Noble, Alice Elizabeth, 74; Elizabeth, 74; John, 74. 
Nockolds, Arthur, 143; Harriet, 143. 
Noel-Noel, Charles, Baron Barham, 33 ; Charles, 

Earl of Gainsborough, 33; Hon. Charlotte Mar- 

garetta, 33 ; Diana, Baroness Barham, 33 ; Elizabeth, 

33; Sir Gerard, 33. 
Norris, Rev. Charles, 105. 
North, John, 169; see also Ouvry-North. 
Notten-Pole, see Van Notten-Pole. 
Nuttall, Robert, 12; Susan Anne, 12; Susan Eliza, 12. 



O'Carroll, Eleanor, 91. 

O'Connell, Fanny Smallwood, 6; John Thomas, 6. 

Oddie, Henry Hoyle, 106; Sarah, 106. 



Ogle, Admiral Sir Charles, 172 ; Rev. Edward 
Chaloner, 172; Edward Lodge, 10; Elizabeth, 10; 
Julia, 10; Sophia, 172; Sophia Henrietta, 172. 

Ord, Elizabeth Anne, 71 ; Robert Hutchinson, 71. 

Otranto, Fouche, Duke of 175. 

Ourry, Caroline Treby, 37 ; Paul Henry, 37. 

Ouvry, Aime Beatrice Anne, 169; Anne Louisa, 167; 
Arthur Garnault, 168 ; Constance Sarah Louisa, 
1 68; Dorothy Delahaize, 168; Emily Anna, 168; 
Emily Jane, 167; Ernest Carrington, 169; Ethel 
Anne Eliza, 169 ; Francisca, 167 ; Francisca 
Catherine, 167 ; Francisca Ingram, 169 ; Fran- 
cisca Magdalene, 169; Frederic, 167-169; Harriet 
Delaniain, 167; Henry Aime, 168; Jane, 167; 
John Delahaize, 16S; John North, 169; Marjorie 
Delahaize, 168 ; Mary Frances Henrietta, 168 ; 
Mary Grace, 167; Matilda Hannah, 168; Nora 
Margaretta, 169; Peter, 167; Peter Aime, 167; 
Peter Arnold, 167 ; Peter Thomas, 167 ; Rev. 
Peter Thomas, 167-169; Sarah Amelia, 167; Sarah 
Mary, 169. 

Ouvry-North, John North, 169. 

Owston, Hannah, 86 ; Helen, 88 ; William, 86, 88. 



Packman, John, 172; Mary, 172. 

Paddison, Howard, 140; Jane Milner, 140; Richard, 

140. 
Page, Elizabeth, 31; Harriet, 24; Harriet Elizabeth 

Skikelthorp, 24; Penelope, 10; Sophia, 10; T., 10; 

Thomas, 24; William, 10. 
Paget, Caroline, 85 ; Charles, 85, 87 ; Ellen, 85, 87 ; 

Oliver, 87. 
Palmer, Alfred Zouch, 123; Anne, 112; Rev. 

Edward, 112; Sophia, 11. 
Palmes, Hilda St. Alban, 173; John Philip, 173; 

Mary, 173; Philip, 173. 
Panton, Sarah Emily, 127. 
Parish, Ellen, 145; John, 145. 
Parker, Ann Rosamund, 148. 
Parkinson, Rev. John Posthumous, 116. 
Partridge, Emma Mary, 18; Frederick, iS. 
Passingham, Augusta Franklyn, 79 ; Augustus Robert 

Townshend, 79. 
Patey, Louisa Russel, 57 ; Commander Russel, 57. 
Patrick, Charles, 16. 
Patterson, Margaret, 163 ; William, 163. 
Patteson, Ann Elizabeth, 17 ; John Staniforth, 17 ; 

Marianne, 17. 
Pattinson, Ann, 65; Rev. Thomas, 65. 
Peake, Mary, 20. 
Pearce-Serocold, Amy, 86 ; George Serocold, 86 ; 

Mabel Richardson, 86. 
Pearl, Catherine, 156. 
Pearson, Elizabeth, 50; John, 50. 
Peel, Rev. Edmund, 56 ; Hannah Gertrude, 56 ; 

Herbert, 47; Maria, 47; Sir Robert, 131; 

William, 56. 
Peirse, Anne, 163; Rachel, 163; Richard, 163. 
Pemberton, Alice, 14S; Ann Rosamund, 148; Frances 

Ellen, 15; Robert, 15; Thomas, Lord Kingsdoun, 

15; Thomas Phillips, 148. 
Peter, Agnes, 166; J.anet, 166; William, 166. 
Peters, Elizabeth, 82 ; Mary, 82 ; Thomas, 82. 
Peyster, see De Peyster. 
Peyton, Abel, 61 ; Fanny Elizabeth, 61. 
Phillips, Ann, 10; Francis, 10; Penelope, 10. 
Phipps, Ann, 74; Thomas, 74- 
Pierson, James Henry George, 9. 
Piggins, Ann, 136; Elizabeth, 136; Stephen, 136. 
Pigott, Anne, 26 ; Emma, 26 ; Rev. John Robert, 26 ; 

Col. Wilham, 26. 
Pike-Scrivener, — , 153. 
Piatt, — , II. 
Plunkett, Arthur James, Earl of Fingall, 121 ; 

P"rances, Countess of Fingall, 121; Lady Harriet, 

121. 



1 88 



Pole, see Van Notten-Pole. 

Foley, see Weller-Poley. 

Pope, Anne, 175; Mary, 175; Thomas, 175. 

Portland, Duke of, 59. 

Portlock, James, 49. 

Power, Helena Margaret, 171 ; John Arthur, 171 ; 
Robert, 70; Sarah, loi, 129; Sarah Lucas, 70; 
Susanna, 100, 129; Susannah, 131; William, 70, 
100, loi, 129, 131. 

Powys, Brochwel Ysgithrog, King of, i ; Rev. 
Charles Francis, 17, 19; Mary Cowper, 19. 

Price* Capt. Edwin Thomas Wiseman, 104; Georgina 
Caroline, 104; Georgina Catherine Barzey, 104. 

Prideaux-Brune, Beatrice Anne, 37 ; Charles, 37 ; 
Frances Mar)', 37. 

Prince Charles Edward Stuart, 52. 

Prince of Ilainault Dessau, 158. 

Prince Regent of Portugal, 158. 

Princess Charlotte, 153. 

Proctor, Emily Anna, i68; Rev. George, 168. 

Pryor, John, 25; Martha, 25. 

Pugh, Ellen, 141; George, 139, 141 ; Jane, 139. 

Punchard, Alfred, 136; Ann, 136; Catherine, 136; 
Catherine Mary, 136; Edmund Elgood, 136; 
Elizabeth, 136; Rev. Elgood George, 136; Har- 
riet, 136 ; John, 136 ; John Baldry, 136 ; John 
Edward, 136; John Elgood, 136; Mar)', 136; 
Rose, 136 ; Rose Elgood, 136 ; Rose Susannah, 
136; Susan, 136; Thomas, 136; William, 136. 



Queen Victoria of England, 174. 



Ragg, Jane Chapman, 60; William, 60. 

Raisbeck, Mary, 4. 

Ramey, Elizabeth, 25; John, 25. 

Ramsbottom, Edward, 51; Sarah Elizabeth, 51. 

Ramsey, Sir Ale.xander, 128; Jane, 12S; Mar)', 128. 

Randall, Alice Mary, 175; Anne, 175; Caroline 
Eutychia, 176 ; Charlotte, 176; Cyril Sancroft, 
175; Elizabeth, 174, 176; Ellen Ann, 176; Emily 
Anne, 175; Etheldreda Mary Sancroft, 175; 
Eutychia, 176; Eveline Mathilde, 175; Florence 
Mar)', 176; Frank Pope, 176; George, 175; 
Georgina Maude, 176; Guy Sancroft, 175; 
Hannah, 174; Harriet, 176; Helen Adelaide, 
176; Henry, 176; Henry Pope, 175; John, 174, 
175; John George, 175; Letitia, 176; Marjorie 
Mary Sancroft, 175; Mary, 174, 175; Mary Ann, 
175; Mary Elizabeth, 175; Mary William Sancroft, 
174; Monica Mary Sancroft, 175; Reginald 
Wigmore Sancroft, 175 ; Samuel, 174; WLUlam 
Sancroft, 1 75. 

Ransome, Jane, 99 ; Robert, 99. 

Rasch, Frederick Charles Lewis, 8. 

Ratcliff, Albert Edmund, 141; Albert Edward, 140; 
Anne, 139; Charles, 138, 139, 141; Charlotte 
Elizabeth, 139; Charlotte Marion, 140; Daniel 
Rowlinson, 140 ; Edmund, 140, 141 ; Edmund 
Theodore, 142; Eliza, 139; Elizabeth, 142; Eliza- 
beth Mary, 142 ; Elizabeth Mary Barbara, 142 ; 
Ellen, 141 ; Ethel Bridget, 140 ; Evelyn Ann, 
140 ; Evelyn Marianne, 140 ; Florence, 141 ; 
Francis Gerald, 142; Frederick Rowlinson, 140; 
Frederick William, 141 ; George Ernest, 141 ; 
Helen, 141 ; Howard Taylor, 139 ; Jane, 139, 
140; Jane Milner, 140; John, 139; Sir John, 
138, 139; John Edward, 142; John Francis, 142; 
Joseph, 139, 140; Julia Ellen, 141; Katherine 
Esther, 142 ; Mary, 139 ; Mary Ann, 139, 140 ; 
Walter Harris, 140 ; Rev. Walter Henry, 140 ; 
William, 139; William Milner, 140. 



Ratclinfe, Adelina Constance St. Aubj-n, 141 ; Rev. 

Charles Edward Stuart, 141 ; Charlotte, 140 ; 

Constance Charlotte Rose, 141 ; Cornwallis St. 

Aubyn, 141 ; Gillian Mildred Clinton, 141 ; 

Grace Pelham Clinton, 141 ; Henry Morice 

Derwentwater, 141 ; Mary St. Au^-n, 141 ; Rev. 

Thomas, 140. 
Ratton, .'Mice Mary, 158; Anna Isabel, 158; Eliza 

Mary Theresa, 158; Frances Mary, 158; Fran- 

(joise, 160; James, 158; James Alban, 158; 

James Joseph Louis, 158; Jaques, 158, 160; 

Sir Jaques, 160; John Michael de Verde, 159; 

Joseph Holroyd, 159; Joseph Louis, 158; Marcus 

Holroyd, 159; Marie Adolphine, 158; Mary, 159; 

Mary Holroyd, 159; Susan 159; Thercse Jus- 

tinienne de Clamouse, 158; Wilfrid Holroyd, 159; 

— , 158- 

Rawlinson, Charlotte Maria, 92 ; John Juland, 92, 

Rawson, Blanche, 16 ; Christopher, 16 ; Ellen 
Frances, 16. 

Ray, Brisco, 36; Mary, 15, 36; Samuel, 15. 

Read, Ehzabeth, 1 76; Thomas, 176. 

Redfern, Maria, 70 ; William, 70. 

Rees, Elizabeth Mary, 47 ; Emma, 32 ; Emma Knox, 
32 ; John, 32, 47. 

Reeve, Emma, 69; Samuel, 69. 

Rej-nard, Agnes, 166; Algernon Homer, 164; Anne 
163 ; Augusta Sarah, 164 ; Caroline Anne, 165 ; 
Catherine Anne, 164; Catherine Ursula, 164; 
Charles, 165; Charles Edward, 164; Charles 
Frederick, 164 ; Charles Henry, 165 ; Charles 
Homer, 166 ; Charlotte Eliza, 166 ; Claude Ed- 
ward, 164 ; Edith Maria Gream, 164 ; Edward 
Horner, 163 ; Edward William, 165 ; Eleanor 
Blanche, 165 ; Eleanor Mary, 165 ; Ehzabeth, 
163 ; Emily Jane, 165 ; Francis Homer, 166 ; 
Francis Peter, 166 ; Frederick, 164 ; George, 
165 ; George Horner, 164 ; Helen Elizabeth, 
165 ; Helen Emily, 165 ; Helen Margaret, 
166 ; Henriette Marie Lucy, 165 ; Henr)' Leonard 
165 ; Henry Robert, 165 ; Homer, 163 ; Jane 
Frances, 164 ; Margaret Elizabeth, 164 ; Marie 
Aimee, 165 ; Martin Mason, 165 ; Mary, 163 ; 
Mary Ann, 165; Mary Anna, 163; Mary Catherine, 
165; Maud Frances, l65 ; Rachel, 163, l56; 
Robert, 165; Robert Eroding, 166; Susan Anne, 
166 ; Ursula, 163 ; William, 163 ; Rev. William, 
165 ; William Simon, 164. 

Reynard-Cookson, ."Vugusta Sarah, 164 ; Elizabeth, 
164; John, 164; John George, 164; Julia Augusta, 
164; Lutwige Dunbar, 164. 

Richard, Thomas, 4. 

Richards, — , 46. 

Richardson, Amy, 86; Anthony, 106; Hannah, 106; 
Harriet, 106 ; Sir John, 106 ; Jolin Crow, 86 ; 
Martha, 126; Thomas, 126. 

Ricketts, Lady Caroline Augusta, 141 ; Constance 
Charlotte Rose, 141 ; Admiral Sir Cornwallis, 141 ; 
— , 141. 

Riland-Eedford, Eleanor Phoebe, 65 ; Maria Amy, 
65 ; Rev. William Campbell, 65 ; Rev. William 
Kirkpatrick, 65. 

Rio, Appolonia, 124 ; Francis Elexis, 124. 

Rising, Catherine Ursula, 164 ; Capt. Charles 
Compton, 164; Robert, 164. 

Riviere, Henri Bonaventure, 144 ; Laura Southard, 
144. 

Rivington, Agnes, 22 ; Alexander, 22 ; Amy, 23 ; 
Ann Lancaster, 20 ; Anna, 21 ; Archibald, 22 ; 
Arthur William, 24 ; Rev. Cecil Stansfeld, 24 ; 
Charles, 20, 22 ; Charles Robert, 20-23 ! Charles 
Sangster, 21 ; Christina Maria, 21 ; Constance 
Ada, 24; Constance Laura, 21 ; Duncan, 24; Edi;h 
Elizabeth, 24; Edith Marian, 24; Edmund 
Eustace, 24; Edward, 22; Eliza Laura, 21; Eliza- 
beth, 20 ; Elizabeth Miller, 20 ; Emily, 22 ; 
Eust.ice ; 24; Fanny Anne, 23; Flora McDonald, 
22; Florence Hann.ah, 24; Florence Mary Hill, 
23; Frances, 21; Fr.ancis, 20, 21, 24; Francis 



lot) 



Hansard, I ; George, 20 ; George Sangster, 20 ; 
Gerald Chippindale, 23 ; Gordon Sangster, 22 ; 
Grace, 21; Grace Sangster, 22; Harriet, 23; 
Harriet Elizabeth Skikelthorp, 24 ; Harriot, 21 ; 
Harry, 21 ; Harry Sangster, 20 ; Helen Frances, 
21; Henry, 22; Henry James, 23; Herbert Basil, 
24 ; Horace Mylne, 24 ; Jane, 20, 23 ; Jane 
Eleanor, 20 ; Jane Sangster, 22 ; Jessie Mylne, 
24 ; John, 20, 23 ; John Sangster, 22 ; Laura, 
22; Laura Christina, 21; Leonora, 22; Louisa, 
21 ; Luke, 22; iVIargaret Eleanor, 24; Margaretta, 
24 ; Mary, 22, 23 ; Mary Ann, 20 ; Mary Chris- 
tina, 24; Mary Sangster, 21; Mildred, 21; 
Nellie Sangster, 20; Philip, 23; Reginald, 21; 
Robert, 20; Robert Campbell, 23; Rosa Sangster, 
21; Ruth Sangster, 21; Septimus, 24; Sophia, 23 ; 
Susan Haighton, 23 ; Rev. Theodore, 22, 24 ; 
Rev. Thurston, 23; Walter, 21; William, 23. 

Roads, John, 31 ; Susanna, 31. 

Robbins, Elizabeth, 77; Thomas, 77. 

Roberts, Rev. Edward, 141 ; Florence, 141. 

Robins, Anne, 5; Benjamin, 5; Charles, 149; Jessie, 
149; John, 5; Sarah, 5. 

Robinson, Anne Reynolds, 17 ; Elizabeth, 91 ; Isa- 
bella, 4; John, 129; Rev. John, 4: Martin, 91; 
Mary, 4, 91, 129; Mary Ann, 129; Pickering, 

17- 

Roche, Anna, 154; Rev. George Tiemey, 154. 

Roe, Alice Mary, 131; Rev. Charles Edward, 131; 
Robert, 131. 

Rogers, Anne Reynolds, 17; Elizabeth Harbin, 17; 
Fanny Eliza, 103 ; Henrietta Lizzy 149; John, 17, 
26; Maj. John Gordon, 103; John Gordon, 103; 
John Mallinson, 149; Lucy, 17; Marian Elizabeth, 
26; Mary Palmer, 26; Mary Theodora, 17; Rev. 
Robert Green, 17. 

Roie, M., 165; Marie Aime, 165. 

Rokes, Eliza, 173; Irene Frances, 1 73; William 
Nathaniel, 173. 

Romanini, Theodora, 47. 

Ronn, see Von Ronn. 

Rooker, Rev. William, 33. 

Rope, Hannah, 174; Richard, 174. 

Routledge, Ellen Elizabeth, 145; Leonard Arthur, 
145; Mabel Kate, 145; Col. Robert Warne, 145. 

Rowed, Matilda, 32. 

Rowland, Ann, 170; Catherine, 170; Hugh, 170. 

Rowlinson, Daniel, 140; Mary Ann, 140. 

Royds, Albert Henry, 13; Albert Hudson, 12; Alice 
Maud, 16 ; Annette Nora Jane, 14 ; Arthur 
Molyneux, 16; Augusta Eliza, 13; Blanche, 16; 
Rev. Charles Smith, 14; Charles William Rawson, 
16; Christiana, 12; Clara, 15; Clement, 12, 14; 
Clement Halliwell, 12; Clement Molyneu.x, 13, 14, 
16; Clement Robert Nuttall, 12; Clementina, 15; 
Edmund, 13; Edmund Albert Nuttall, 12, 13; 
Rev. Edward, 152; Ellen, 15; Ellen Jessica, 16; 
Emma, 13; Ernest Edmund Molyneux, 16; Frances 
Marion, 14; Henry, 152; James, 12 ; Jane, 12, 
14; Rev. John, 14; Julia, 14; Kate Augusta, 13; 
Kathleen Mabel, 16; Mabel, 15; Margaret, 152; 
Mary, 12, 152; Mary Alice, 16; Mary Alice 
Gibson, 12; Mary Ann, 13; Mary Ashworth, 
16; Rev. Nathaniel, 152; Norman John, 13; 
Percy Molyneux Rawson, 16; Susan Eliza, 12; 
Susan Isabel, 13; Susan Jane, 13; Wilfred Ed- 
mund, 13; William Edward, 13; William Herbert 
Molyneux, i5; William Horace, 16; see also 
Beswicke-Royds. 

Ruffe, Dorothea, 95. 

Russell, Ann, 77; Elizabeth, 77; Sir Francis, 1 28; 
James, 77; Jane, 12S; Jane Maria, 77; Sarah, 
77; Scott, 10; Thomas, 77. 

Rye, Elizabeih, 170; Dr. Samuel, 170. 

Rylance, Elizabeth, 52; Capt. Thomas, 52. 

Rylands, Jane Chapman, 60; John, 57; John Paul, 
60 ; Martlia, 57 ; Mary Isabel, 60 ; Thomas 
Glazebrook, 60. 

Rymer, Anne, 148; Thomas, 148. 



St. Aubyn, Sir John, 140; Mary, 140. 

St. George, John Villiers, 147 ; Mary Elizabeth 
Moore, 147. 

Salmon, Edith, 17. 

Salt, Arthur Lewis Gardner, 104 ; Beatrice Maude, 
105 ; Cecil George Gilbertson, 104 ; Rev. Cecil 
Henry, 104; Charlotte Elizabeth, 139; Constance 
Mary Jessie, 105 ; Cyril Francis Spencer, 105 ; 
Edith Mary Wilhelmina, 105 ; Edwin Henry 
Francis, 104; Elizabeth Sophia Higgins, 104; 
Emma Mary Ann, 104 ; Emmie, 105 ; Ernest 
Charles Parker, 104; Ernest George, 105; Frances, 
104; Rev. Francis, 104; Francis Arthur Brassey, 
104 ; Rev. Francis Gardner, 104, 105 ; Rev. George, 
104 ; George Henry Orlando, 104 ; Georgina 
Catherine Barzey, 104 ; Harriet, 104 ; Howard 
Francis Gardner, 104; Jessie Muriel, 105; Mary, 
104, 105 ; Ohvia Mary Georgina, 104 ; Spencer 
William, 105 ; Thomas Glutton, 139. 

Sangster, Rev. Charles, 20 ; Jane Eleanor, 20. 

Sargant, Carohne, 61 ; Edward, 61 ; Elizabeth, 61 ; 
Maria, 70; William, 61; William Lucas, 70. 

Savage, Alice, 4 ; Alice Jane, 6 ; Ann, 4 ; Anne, 5 ; 
Anne Elizabeth, 5; Arthur Thomas, 6; Benjamin, 
4, 5 ; Edith Mary, 6 ; Elizabeth, 4 ; Elizabeth 
Frances, 6 ; Emily, 4 ; Ernest Smallwood, 6 ; 
Ethel Maude, 6 ; Fanny Smallwood, 6 ; Frances 
Webster, 5 ; Francis Samuel, 6 ; Francis Small- 
wood, 6 ; Gertrude Elizabeth, 6 ; Isabella, 4 ; 
Jessie Agnes, 6 ; John Robinson, 4; Lucy Jane, 6 ; 
Mary, 4-6; Mary Ann, 4; Mary Jane, 6; Thomas, 
4, 6 ; William, 4. 

Savigny, Constance Ada, 24 ; Ethelstan Osmond, 24 ; 
Joseph Henry, 24. 

Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Alfred, Duke of, i. 

Scarlett, Bessie Florence, 52; Florence, 52; Frances 
Sophia Mostyn, 52 ; Hugh Richard, 53 ; James, 
Lord Abinger, 19; Sir James, Lord Abinger, 52; 
Laurence James Peter, 53; Leopold Florence, 53; 
Leopold James Yorke Campbell, 52 ; Louisa Anne, 
52 ; Louise Henrietta, 52 ; Mary Elizabeth, 19 ; 
Percy Gerald, 53 ; Hon. Peter Campbell, 52 ; 
Robert Brooke Campbell, 53 ; Ruth Hester Frances, 
53 ; Shelley Leopold Laurence, 53. 

Scarth, Cecilia Agnes Hope, 29; Frances, 79; Rev. 
John, 29; Jonathan, 79. 

Scobell, Anne, 13; Catherine Sarah Jenner, 13; Capt. 
Edward, 13; Henry Scales, 13; Susan Jane, 13. 

Scott, Mary Ann, 99; Walter Rossiter, 99. 

Scrivener, see Byrd-Levett-Scrivener and also Pike- 
Scrivener. 

Scrope, Catherine Dorothy, 123; Mary, 123; Simon, 
123; Simon Thomas, 123. 

Scudamore, Edward, 172; Ellen, 172; Mary, 172. 

Searles, Caroline, 31 ; Michael, 31. 

Serigny, see De Serigny. 

Serocold, see Pearce Serocold. 

Shadwell, Ada Anne Worsley, no; Adelaide Amelia 
Louisa Teresa Caroline, 1 1 1 ; Alfred, 107 ; Alfred 
Hudson, 107; Alice Mary, 109; Anne Elizabeth, 
109; Anne Elizabeth Isabella, 109, in; Arthur, 
109 ; Arthur Lancelot, 106, 108 ; Rev. Arthur 
Thomas Whitmore, 108 ; Bernard, 108 ; Bertha, 
109; Blanche, 107; Sir Charles Frederick Alexan- 
der, 108; Charles Lancelot, 106; Charles William, 
108 ; Charlotte, loS ; Charlotte Mary, 107 ; 
Douglas Lancelot, 107 ; Rev. Edward Louis, 
109 ; Eleanor Frances Margaret, 109 ; Elizabeth 
Sophia, 106; Ellen, 107; Emily Frances, no; 
Emily Helen Ingram, 107 ; Emma Donna, 107 ; 
Fanny Elizabeth, loS ; Rev. F'elix, no; Florence 
Jane, 107; Frances, 106; Frances Georgiana, no; 
Frances Bradby, n I ; Frederica, n i ; George 
Augustus Frederick, in; Gerald Lancelot, 109 ; 
Gertrude Maria, III ; Harriet, 106; Helen Frances, 
no; Henrietta Maud, in; Hephzibah Lancilla 
P'rances, ni; Jane Ellen, 106; Rev. John 



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Emilius, 107 ; John Emilius Lancelot, 107, 108 ; 
John Lancelot, 106; Julia, 107, no; Rev. Julius, 
109; Lancelot, 106, 108; Rt. lion. Sir Lancelot, 
106, 109; Lancelot Alexander, no; Lancelot 
Emilius, 107; Lancelot Horace Augustus, III; 
Lawrence, no; Leonard Julius, 109; Leyccster 
Montague Oswald, ni; Lionel Lancelot, 107; 
Louis Henry, loS; Louisa, 107; Louisa Amelia, 
109; Mabel Octavia, 109; Mabel Phyllis, no; 
Mary Ann Elizabeth, ni; Mary Campbell Lill, 
107 ; Miriam Olave, loi ; Sarah Albinia Louisa, 
in; Theodora, no; Thomas, 106; Tyrrell 
Hoare, 107; Walter Harvey Lancelot, 107. 

Sharpe, Alice, 14S; Jane, 14S; Maria, 47; Robert, 
47; William, 14S. 

Shaw, Agnes, 147 ; Anne Jane, 86 ; Rev. Edward 
Domett, 147; Rev. Edward Francis, 147; Isabella, 
86; Mary EUzabeth Moore, 147; Thomas, 86. 

Shed, Susanna, 100, 129. 

Shelley, Sir Percy Florence, 52 ; Lady, 52. 

Shepherd, Catherine, 144; James, 144. 

Sheppard, Eliza Mary, 55; Rev. Henry Fleetwood, 
55; Henry Norman, 55; Isabella Beatrice, 55. 

Sherlock, Mary, 175; Robert, 175. 

Shore, Charlotte Mary, 116; Hon. Frederic John, 
n6; John, Lord Teignmouth, 116; Louisa Sara, 
116. 

Short, Caroline, 161 ; George, 161. 

Sibson, Francis, 169; Sarah Mary, 161. 

Simcoe, Anne, 112; Anne Eliza, 113; Beatrice 
Katherine Louise, 113; Catherine, 112; Elizabeth 
Lethbridge, n4; Elizabeth Posthuma, 112; Emily, 
112, 113; Francis Gwillim, 112; Rev. Henry Ad- 
dington, 112; Henry Walcot, 113; Capt. John, 
112; Lieut. -Gen. John Graves, 112; John Kenna- 
way, 113; Lydia Hannah, 114; Mar)-, n3; Mary 
Northcole, 114; Paul Creed Gwillim, 114; Philip 
Francis, 114; Samuel Palmer, 112, 114. 

Simons, Elizabeth, 28; Johanna Elizabeth, 28; Rev. 
Nicholas, 28. 

Skevington, Samuel, 129; Sophia, 129. 

Slaney, Charlotte Fowler, 78 ; Joseph, 78. 

Slaytor, Ann, 98 ; John Corney, 98. 

Sloane-Stanley, Caroline, 26; William, 26. 

Smallwood, Anne, 5 ; Elizabeth, 5 ; Francis Wood, 5. 

Smith, Charles, 12 ; Christopher, 129 ; Elizabeth 
Mary, 142; Florence Mabel, 80; Frederick, 142; 
George, 52; Hester, 52; Mary, 12; Matilda, 125; 
Sarah Mary, 55; Sarah Pountney, 80; Col., 125. 

Smyth, Rev. Christopher, 15; Clementina, 15; 
Henry, 157; Mary, 15, 157; Spencer Thomas, 
105; Rev. William, 15; William Henry, 116. 

Smj-the, Sir Edward Joseph, 125; Frances, 125; 
Capt. John Walter, 125; Marie Louise, 125. 

Sockett, Evelyn Maria Campbell, 55; Rev. Henry, 
55; Rev. Thomas, 55. 

Softe, Charlotte Harriet Anne, 134 ; Frances Jane, 
134; William, 134. 

Southern, Eleanor, 62, 65; John, 62, 65. 

Sparke, Rev. Edward Bowyer, 25 ; Maria Hester, 

25- 
Sparks, Alexander Bannerman, 128; Arthur Edward, 

127; Edward Arundell, 126; Edward Isaac, 127; 

Elizabeth, 126, 128; Ethel Ellen, 126; Frances 

Jane, 128; Francis John, 128; Isaac, 126-128; 

Jane Arundell, 126 ; John, 127, 12S ; Joseph, 126 ; 

Loveday, 126; Loveday Lawry, 126; Lucy, 126- 

128; Lydia Ellen, 126; Martha, 126, 127; Mary, 

127, 128; Mary Ann, 126; Miriam, 126, 128; 

Rebecca, 127, 128; Samuel, 126; Sarah, 126; 

Sarah Emily, 127; Sarah Louisa, 127; William, 

126; William Blencowe, 126, 127. 
Sparshott, Daniel, n ; Mary, n. 
Speed, John, 143; Rebecca, 143. 
Spence, Charlotte Carnegy, 58 ; John, 58. 
Sperling, Charlotte, 72 ; Rev. James, 72. 
Spinckes, Elizabeth, 112. 
Springett, Robert, 60; Stephana, 60. 
Stacey, Elizabeth, 40; John, 40; Mary, 40. 



Stamford, Catherine, 112. 

Standen, Bertram, 93 ; Oona, 93. 

Stanley, see Sloane-Stanley. 

Sledman, Sarah, 7. 

Steel, Susan Haighton, 23; Thomas, 23. 

Stenbridge, Miriam, 128; Robert, 128. 

Stephen, Alexander, 73 ; Athea Jane, 73 ; John 

Innes, 73. 
Stobart, Anne, 66; Rev. Henry, 66; Mary Kathleen, 

66. 
Stockham, Mary, 51 ; Thomas, $1. 
Stokes, Ann, 46; James, 46. 
Stone, Daniel, 74; Elizabeth, 74. 
Stonor, Charles Henry, 34, 35; Charles Joseph, 35; 

Eugenia, 34 ; Mary Maude, 35 ; Sophia, 34, 35 ; 

Thomas, Baron Camoys, 34. 
Storer, George, 115. 
Stothert, Elizabeth, 70. 
Stowell, Isabella, 4; John Stow, 4. 
Strachey, Lieut. -Col. Henry, 66; Joanna Catherine, 

66 ; Julia Charlotte, 66. 
Strange, Isabella Katherine, 52 ; James Charles 

Edward Stuart, 52. 
Stratheden, Mary Elizabeth, Baroness, 19. 
Strong, Charles, 35 ; Katherine Fearing, 35. 
Stuart, Prince Charles Edward, 52. 
Stuckey, George, 126; Martha, 126. 
Sturt, Ann, 82; Ellen, 82; Henry, 82. 
Sullivan, Emma Lucy, 161 ; Henry Edward, 161. 
Sumpter, Elizabeth, 25; Thomas, 25. 
Supple, Frances Mary, 158; Marcus, 158. 
Sutton, AHcia, 34; Rev. William, 34. 
Swinson, Dr. George Newton, 142; Katherine Esther, 

142; Lucy Dorothy, 142. 
Symonds, Ann, 136; Charles, 77; Helen Ann, 77; 

Thomas, 136. 
Symons, Rev. Edward Warwick Jelinger, 58 ; Hannah 

Byrth, 58. 



Taddy, Annie Frances, 103 ; Catharina, 102, 103 ; 

Catherina, 102 ; Charles, 102 ; Christopher, 102 ; 

Edward, 102, 103 ; Edward Glynn, 103 ; Emily, 

102, 103; Evelyn Frances, 103; Fanny Eliza, 103; 

Henry, 103 ; Isabella, 102 ; Rev. John, 102, 103 ; 

John Charles, 102 ; John Lionel, 103 ; Louisa 

Rose, 103 ; Margaret, 102 ; Mary Anne, 102 ; 

Rose, 102; Susan, 102; William, 102. 
Tapson, Joseph, 60 ; Margaret Elizabeth, 60 ; 

Stephana, 60. 
Tasker, Ann Elizabeth, 17; Emma, 31; John, 31. 
Taylor, Anne, 95; Austin, 96; Charles Pitt, 156; 

Cyril Pennington, 96 ; Edward, 72 ; Elizabeth, 

96 ; Ermine Mary Kyffin, 95 ; Florence, 96 ; 

Francis James Austin, 96 ; George, 95 ; Gerald 

Kyffin, 96; Hannah, 152; Harold, 96; Jane, 

148 ; Joseph Francis 95 ; Lilian, 96 ; Lucia, 96 ; 

Margaret, 95 ; Martha, 72 ; Mary Fleming, 95 ; 

Sarah, 95; Thomas, 152: William, 95, 14S ; 

Ven. William Francis, 95 ; William Francis Kyftin, 

95- 
Tebbutt, Ellen, 85, 87 ; William, 85, 87. 
Teignmouth, John Shore, Lord, 116. 
Tempest, Arthur Cecil, 165; Eleanor Blanche, 165; 

Henry, 1 65; Jemima, 165. 
Tetley, Richard", 59 ; Sarah Anne, 59. 
Thomas, Maj. Barry, 107 ; Edith Isabel, 8 ; Eliza, 2 ; 

Emily, 143; Emily Helen Ingram, 107; Georgina, 

40; Henrietta, 8; J.abez, 143; John, 2; Morgan, 

40; Robert Moseley, 8; Thomas, 2. 
Thompson, Hon. Charlotte Margaretta, 33 ; Thomas, 

33. 
Thomson, Alfred Taddy, 103 ; Catharina, 103 ; Col. 

Roljcrt, 103. 
Thome, Katherine Sarah, 43. 
Thurlbourn, Martha, 72 ; William, 72. 
Thurstans, John Frederick, 4. 



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Tiemey, Francis, 159; Susan, 159. 

Tilt, Joshua, 61 ; ^Iary, 61. 

Timmins, Eleanor, 62, 65 ; James, 62, 65 ; Phoebe, 

62, 65. 
Todd, Mary Ann, 175. 
Todd-Naylor, Caroline Ann, 156, 157; Henry, 157; 

John, 157. 
Tolder\-y, Emily, 69; James Bailey, 69. 
Tootell, Joseph, 54. 

Torry, Dean, 94 ; Katherine Elizabeth, 94. 
Townshend, Marquess, 105. 
Tozer, John Hillyer, 124; Mary Louisa, 124. 
Trafford, 5i:e De Trafiford. 
Treby-Treby, Kathrine, 37 ; Letitia Anne, 37 ; Paul, 

37- 

Treheme, Georgina, 40; Morgan Thomas, 40. 

Trelawny, Letitia Anne, 37 ; Sir William, 37. 

Trenow, Rev. Frederick Joseph Cox, 126 ; Mary 
Ann, 126. 

Trevelyan, Charlotte, 114; Elizabeth Lethbridge, 
114; Sir John, 170; Laura Capel, 170; Louisa, 
112; Maria, 170; Paulina, 170; Walter, 112; Rev. 
Walter, 114; Sir Walter Calverley, 170; Lieut. - 
Gen. Willoughby, 114. 

Trevenen, William, 113. 

Tristram, Jane, 33 ; Rebecca, 33 ; Robert, 33. 

Trotman, Angela Mary, 162; Anne Symes, l5i ; 
Rev. Arthur Lawrence, 162 ; Caroline, 161 ; 
Charles Hare, 162 ; Charles Newsham, 161 ; 
Dorothy, 162 ; Edward, 161 ; Edward Fiennes, 
161, 162; Rev. Edward Fiennes, 161; Rev. 
Edward Francis, 161 ; Edward Peers, 161 ; Ed- 
ward Peter, 161 ; Ellen, 162 ; Emma Lucy, 161 ; 
Emma Maria, 162 ; Fiennes, 161 ; Rev. Fiennes 
Samuel, 161 ; Francis Earle, 162 ; Georgina 
Louisa, 162 ; Henry Leigh, 162 ; Henry Peers, 
162; Lucy, 161, 162; Lucy Evelyn, 162; Mar- 
garet, 162; Margaret Anne, 161; Mary, 161; 
Mary Ann, 161 ; Mary Georgina, 162 ; Mary 
Susanna, 161 ; Rev. Samuel, 161 ; Sybil, 162 ; 
Rev. Walter Samuel, 162 ; William Charles, 161, 
162 ; William Wykeham, 161. 

Tucker, Agnes Sophia, 82 ; Henry, 82. 

Tudor, Rev. Charles, 105 ; Edith Mary Wilhelmina, 
105; Henry Edmund, 105. 

Turner, Anne, 12, 156; Caroline, 156; Charles, 14; 
Horace, 14; Jacob, 156; Julia, 14; Mary, 14; 
Samuel, 12. 

Twanbrook, Elizabeth, 56 ; Thomas, 56. 

Twysden, Frances Mary, 39 ; Rear- Admiral Henry 
Duncan, 39 ; Mary, 39 ; Sir William Jervis, 39. 

Tylden, Elizabeth, 15; Jane Elizabeth, 15; Col. Sir 
John Maxwell, 1$. 

Tylden-Wright, Charles Collins Onley, 15 ; Ellen, 
15; Jane Elizabeth, 15. 

u 

Unett, Eliza, 65 ; John, 65. 

Upcher, Abbot, 25 ; Rev. Abbot, 26 ; Rev. Abbot 
Roland, 26 ; Abbot Wilkinson, 25 ; Alfred Wode- 
house, 28 ; Alice Margaret, 27 ; Archdale Wilson, 
26 ; Rev. Arthur Charles Wodehouse, 19, 27 ; 
Rev. Arthur Hamilton, 28 ; Rev. Arthur Wilson, 
27 ; Augusta Elizabeth, 27 ; Augusta Louisa, 27 ; 
Caroline, 25 ; Caroline Alice, 27 ; Caroline Edith 
Sparke, 27 ; Catharine Maud Sparke, 27 ; Cecil, 
27 ; Hon. Charlotte, 25 ; Charlotte Laura Caroline, 
27 ; Charlotte Mary, 25 ; Christine Mary, 27 ; 
Constance Gertrude, 26 ; Dorothy Caroline, 26 ; 
Edward Bcrners, 26 ; Edward Cyril Sparke, 26 ; 
Edwyn Fitzhenry, 28 ; Edwyn Harold, 28 ; Eliza- 
beth, 25 ; Emma, 26 ; Emma Mary, 28 ; Francis 
Russell, 26 ; Frederica Lucy, 26 ; Gerald, 25 ; 
Gerald Berners, 26 ; Rev. Harry Berners, 26 ; 
Henry Edward Sparke, 26 ; Henry Morris, 25 ; 
Henry Ramey, 25 ; Herbert Wodehouse, 27 ; 
Howard Berners, 26 ; Rev. Hugh Knyvett, 26 ; 
Isabella Jane, 27 ; Ven. James Hay, 28 ; Jane 



Charlotte, 28 ; Johanna Elizabeth, 28 ; Louisa 
Maria Sparke, 26 ; Margaret Ada Barham, 19, 
27 ; Maria Hester, 25 ; Marian Elizabeth, 26 ; 
Marion Gertrude, 27 ; Mary Jones, 26 ; Mary 
Rosalind, 26 ; Muriel Joan, 28 ; Nicholas, 28 ; 
Peter, 25 ; Reginald, 26 ; Ronald Berners, 26 ; 
Russell, 26 ; Russell Sparke, 27 ; Ruth, 27 ; Sel- 
wyn Charles Sparke, 27 ; Sidney Wodehouse, 27 ; 
Sbrherville Hay, 28 ; Sybil, 27 ; Violet Marian, 26. 

Upperton, Robert, 8. 

Upton, Thomas Overend, 129. 

Usborne, Eleanor, 68 : William 68. 



Vaile, R. P., 55. 

Van Nolten-Pole, Constance Laura, 125; Eliza Anne, 

125; Henry, 125. 
Vaux, Louisa, 21 ; Rev. William, 2i ; William Sandys 

Wright, 21. 
Vavasour, Rev. Richard Frederick, 152; Sophia, 152. 
Vernon, George, 80; Maria Frances, 80. 
Victoria, Queen of England, 174. 
Villiers, sec De Villiers. 
Vincent, Frances Anne, 73 ; Rev. William St. 

Andrew, 73. 
Von Ronn, Agatha Gertrude, 83; H., 83; Jessie 

Cecilia, 83. 
Vowler, Harriet, 114; John, 114; John Henry 

Walcot, 114; John Nicholson, 112, 114; Mary 

Northcote, 114. 



W 



Waddington, Augusta, 121; Benjamin, 121. 

Wade, Adelaide Amelia Louisa Teresa Caroline, III; 

Eutychia, 176; John, 176; 1-lichard Blaney, in; 

Col. Thomas, in. 
Walker, Ann, 71; Charles, 46; Elizabeth, 46; 

Hannah, 14; John, 71; William, 14. 
Wall, Elizabeth Sophia Higgins, 104; Rev. Richard, 

104. 
Walmisley, Amelia, 58 ; Thomas Forbes, 58. 
W.almsley, Edward, 22 ; Mary, 22. 
Walpole, Sir Robert, 38. 

Walsh, Elizabeth, 15; Rev. Henry Lomax, 15. 
Walshara, Florence, 52 ; Sir James, 52 ; Sir John, 

52; Sarah Frances, 52. 
Walter, Fanny Dora, 157; Rev. Frank, 55; John, 

55, 157; Martha, 55. 
Ward, Charlotte Maria, 92; William George, 92. 
Waterlow, David Sydney, 32 ; Edith Emma, 32 ; 

Sir Sydney Hedley, 32. 
Watkins, Frances Williamina, 60; James Alphonso, 

60. 
Watson, Cecilia Anne Esther, 56 ; Jane, 12 ; John, 

12; Mary Louisa, 116; Robert, 56; Rev. William 

Richards, 116. 
Waymouth, Charles, 132 ; Eliza Chorley, 132. 
Webb, Anne Elizabeth, 5 ; Rev. Charles Henry Cole, 

5 ; Charles Knighton, 5 ; Elizabeth, 97 ; Lucy 

Elizabeth Gamble, 5. 
Webber, George, 7 ; John, 174 ; Letitia, 174 ; Mary, 

174; Sarah, 7. 
Webster, Ellen, 48; Joseph, 39; Maria Mary Payne, 

39 ; William, 48. 
Weldon, Elizabeth, 40; Georgina, 40; Hannah, 40; 

Mary, 40 ; Thomas, 40 ; William, 40 ; William 

Henry, 40. 
Weller-Poley, Frances Constance, 43 ; George, 43 ; 

Helen Sophia, 43; Walter Johnson, 43. 
Wells, Joseph Smith, 64; Sarah, 64. 
Welman, Adela Mary, 36 ; Agnes Maiy Stella, 36 ; 

Alice Mary, 34 ; Alice Rebecca, 34 ; Annette 

Elizabeth, 34, 39; Annette Josephine, 36; Arthur 

Joseph, 34; Arthur Nelson, 35 ; Augusta Charlotte, 

35; Blanche Frances, 34; Blanche Katherine, 36; 



192 



Blanche Mary, 36 ; Charles Ca."sar, 34 ; Charles 
Noel, 34, 39 ; Hon. Charlotte Margaretta, 33 ; 
Cyril John, 35 ; Edith Mary, 35 ; Edward Charles, 
34 ; Elizabeth, 33, 34 ; Emily Georgiana, 35 ; 
Eugenia Mary, 34 ; Eranccs Agnes, 36 ; Frances 
Morwenna, 36 ; Erederick Tristram, 36 ; Gerard 
Wilfrid, 36, 39 ; Gertrude Mar}-, 35 ; Gilbert 
Molesworth, 36; Henry Acton, 36, 39; Henry 
Bolton, 36 ; Hihla Katherine, 36 ; Irene Gene- 
vieve, 36 ; Isaac, 33, 35 ; Isaac Locke, 33 ; Isaac 
Tristram, 33 ; Jane, 33 ; Katharine Maud Mor- 
wenna, 39 ; Katherine Fearing, 35 ; Katherine 
Maud Morwenna, 36 ; Mary, 36 ; Mary Ln.'litia, 
36 ; Mary Letitia, 39 ; Mary Maude, 35 ; Mary 
Monica, 34 ; Maurice Noel, 36 ; Paul Arundell, 
36; Rebecca, 33, 34; Lieut. -Col. Simon, 33, 35; 
Thomas, 33 ; Thomas Edward, 34 ; Una Mary, 
34; Veronica, Mary, 35. 

Welsh, Elizabeth, 58. 

Westlake, John, 9. 

Weston, Stephen, 5. 

Whatman, James, 55. 

Whethan, Rev. Arthur, 154; Maria, 154. 

Wliitaker, Charles, 163 ; Edward Thomas, 46 ; 
Gertrude Mary, 166 ; Marmaduke, 166 ; Maud 
Frances, 166; Rachel, 163. 

Whitehouse, Eliza, 139; Samuel, 139. 

Whitelock, Capt. Francis, 149; Jane, 149. 

Whitmore, Charles, 106 ; Elizabeth Sophia, 106 ; 
William, 106. 

WTiittaker, Edward, 96; Lucia, 96. 

Whyte, Mary Kilgour, 96. 

Wickham, Arthur Robert, 162; Ellen, 162; Lucy, 
162; William John, 162. 

Widdon, Sarah, 131. 

WUkie, Agnes, 8.; David, .;3; Ella, t;3; James, 

Wilkinson, Henry, 12; Maria, 12. 

Williams, Anne, 149 ; Arthur Yates, 149 ; Charles 
Francis Abdy 48; Glynne Harrington Leared, 118; 
Josephine Lucy Frances Marie, 125 ; Mabel 
Frances, iiS; Matilda, 125; Morgan Stuart, 125; 
William, 125. 

Williamson, James Shaw, 163; Rachel, 163. 

Willicombe, Ellen Elizabeth, 145; William, 145. 

Willink, Catherine Harriet, 167; Henry George, 167; 
Mary Grace, 167 ; William Williamson, 167. 

Wilson, Sir Charles, 168 ; Hon. Charlotte, 25 ; 
Cyril James, 36 ; Elizabeth, 25 ; Frances Agnes, 
36 ; Henrietta, 54 ; Rev. Henry, Baron Berners, 
25; Maria, 170; Robert, 36; Sir Thomas Spencer, 
170; Rev. William Worcester, 54. 

Wilton, Rev. Charles Turner, 155; Henry Hooper, 
155; Millicent Mary, 155. 

Windsor, Alice Gertrude, 48; Ellen, 48; John, 48. 

Winton, sir De Winton. 

Wisden, Albert Victor, 9 ; Ann Baley, 8 ; Anne 
Agnes, 8 ; Anne Baley, 9 ; Anne Emma, 7 ; 
Arthur Patrick, 9 ; Caroline Anna, 8 ; Caroline 
Mary, 9 ; Charles, 9 ; Charles Thomas, 7 ; Edith 
Isabel, 8 ; Eliza, 9 ; Elizabeth, 9 ; Elizabeth 



Sarah Ann, 9 ; Emma, 9 ; Emma Susie, 7 ; 
Estelle Frances Lethbridgc, 9 ; Ethel McGre- 
gor, 8 ; Frank Thomas 9 ; Frederick, 7, 8 ; 
George, 9 ; Gertrude Maud, 7 ; Gladys Edith 
Henrietta, 9 ; Henry Webber, 7 ; Hilda Kathleen, 
9 ; Ida Caroline Blanche, 8 ; John Brand, 7 ; 
Lilian Mair, 8; Lyon llarington Faulconer, 9; 
Mary Ann, 9 ; Maud Annie Margaret, 8 ; Muriel 
Grace Isabel, 9 ; Nicholas, 9 ; Ralph, 7 ; Robert 
Eric Bryce, 9; Sarah, 7; Susanna, 7; Thomas, 8; 
Thomas Faulconer, 8, 9; Thomas Faulconer Mair, 
8; Vera Mildred Campbell, 9; William, 7; William 
John, 8. 

Wise, John, 54. 

Witts, Rev. Edward Francis, 152; Rev. Francis 
Edward Broome, 152; Margaret Hole, 152; 
Sophia, 152. 

Wodehouse, Ven. Charles Nourse, 27 ; Lady Dulci- 
bella Jane, 27 ; Isabella Jane, 27. 

Wolfe, Gen., 112. 

Wolton, Cordy Samuel, 98; Lucy, 98; Samuel, 98; 
Sarah, 98. 

Wood, Emily, 29; Henry, 149; John, 29; Sir John 
Page, 171; Margaret Sophia, 149; Maria, 171. 

Woodd, Basil George, 66; Basil Thomas, 166; Ellen 
Sophia, 66; Gertrude Mary, 166. 

Woolley, John, 11; Mary, 11. 

Woollis, Catherine, 49; Esther, 49; John, 49. 

Wright, Alice Mary, 67; Rev. Arthur, 115; Charles 
Collins Onley, 15; Rev. Edward Collins, 15; 
Eliza, 64 ; Elizabeth Mary, 107 ; Ellen Frances, 
16; Emma, 64; Fanny, 67; Frances Ellen, 15; 
Frank Loftus, 67 ; Hannah, 40 ; Job, 107 ; John, 
40, 115; John Naylor, 16; Rev. Richard, 115; 
Sarah, 115; Susannah, 115; Thomas Cooke, 67; 
William, 64 ; si-c also Tylden- Wright. 

Wybergh, Col. Archibald, 69 ; Eliza Gertrude, 69 ; 
Emily, 69 ; Helen Augusta, 69. 

Wykeham, William of, 5. 

Wyllie, Constance Gatehouse, 117; Stewart Eaton, 
117. 



Young, Ada Louisa Lambton, to; Anna, II ; Arthur, 
1 1 ; Caroline Julia Ann, 1 1 ; Catherine Barter, 1 1 ; 
Charles Frederick Trelawney, 10; Charlotte Dorothy 
Jane, 11 ; Darcy Thomas Lambton, 10; Dorothy, 
10; Edmund, 11; EHzabeth, 11; Ellen, 146; 
Emma, 1 1 ; Frederick Charles Chilton, 10 ; Rev. 
George Chilton Lambton, 11 ; Henry, 11 ; John, 
9 ; John Charles, 1 1 ; John Cheeseman, 1 1 ; 
Joseph Hayne Lambton, 10; Julia, 10; Kate, 10; 
Lambton, 1 1 ; Louisa, 1 1 ; Margaret, 1 1 ; Mar- 
garet Louisa, 10; Mary, 11; Mary Ann, 9, 15; 
Robert, 10 ; Sidney, 1 1 ; Sophia, 10, 11; Sophia 
10, II; Sophia Catharine Julia, 10; Theresa, 10; 
Rev. Thomas Chilton Lambton, 10 ; Rev. Thomas 
Lambton, 10; Sir William Lawrence, 15; — , II. 

Ysasi, see De Ysasi. 

Ysgithrog, Brochwel, King of Powys, I. 



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ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



AMPHLETT. Vol. III., page 156.— 
Margaret Louisa Maria, widow of Ed- 
ward Amphlett, died at Storrington, co. 
Sussex, 10 October 1895. 

BAINBRIGGE. Vol. I., page 215.— 
Emma Maria, daughter of William 
Henry Bainbrigge of Woodseat, co. 
Derby, died unmarried at Rome 19 May 
1893. 

Agnes Maud Mary, wife of William 
Parker Yates Bainbrigge, died at Vic- 
toria, South Africa, 28 October 1894. 

BATTYE-TREVOR. Vol. II., page 157. 
Charles Edmund Augustine Trevor 
Battye-Trevor has reverted to his original 
surname of Trevor-Battye. 

Dora Mary Augusta, daughter of Rev. 
William Wilberforce and Harriet Doro- 
thea Battye was married at All Saints', 
Margaret Street, London, 3 January 
1895, to the Rev. John Moore Fincher, 
Rector of Pett, co. Sussex. 

BELLASIS. Vol. II., page 62.— James 
Campsie Dalglish died, aged 43 {/loi 29]. 

BENTLEV. Vol. I., page 139. — George 
Bentley died at Upton, co. Bucks, at 
ir2o p.m., 29 May, and was buried in 
the family vault at St. Lawrence', Upton, 
5 June 1895. 

Page 140. — Alfred Bentley died at 
Forest Gate, co. Essex, at 11 '50 p.m., 
3 February, and was buried in the 
family vault at Norwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 9 February 1895. 

Rev. Frederick William Bentley mar- 
ried at St. Andrew's, Haverstock Hill, 
London, 11 June 1895, Mary, daughter 
of Charles W. Crouch. 

BLAYDES. Vol. I., page 55.— Frederick 
Ambrose Wilford Blaydes was born 30 
July [>wf 3 July] 1882. 



BLOOM. Vol. I., page 211. — Rev. James 
Harvey and Mary Bloom have further 
issue a son, Joscelyne Harvey, born at 
Marston, co. Gloucester, 10 March, 
baptized privately 9 April, and received 
into the church 23 May 1895. 

BREE. Vol. I., page 280.— Elizabeth, 
wife of Rev. Harvey Mallory Napleton, 
died 5 January, and was buried at Badg- 
worth, CO. Somerset, 9 January 1885. 

Henry John Ffoulkes Taylor died 14 
June, and was buried at Kenilworth, 
CO. Warwick, 18 June 1885. 

BRITTON. Vol. II., page 77.— William 
Simon Britton married at the Parish 
Church, Publow, co. Somerset, 22 Octo- 
ber 1833, Caroline, daughter of Joseph 
Gell of Cromford, co. Derby. 

CHRISTIE. Vol. II., page 126.— Agnes 
Chichester, daughter of William Lang- 
ham and Agnes Hamilton Christie was 
married at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 25 April 1895, to Sir Frederick 
Dixon Dixon-Hartland, Bart., of Ashley 
Manor, near Cheltenham. 

COODE. Vol. II., page 18.— Edward 
Coode of Polapit Tamar, co. Cornwall, 
died 24 January, and was buried at 
Werrington 26 January 1894. 

Page 19. — Lucy Ann Elizabeth, wife 
of Frederick Coode of Lewes, co. Sussex, 
died in May 1894. 

Perceval [noi Percival] Coode com- 
missioned as 2nd Lieutenant, 2nd 
Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West 
Riding) Regiment 19 November 1892. 

Page 20. — Charles Louis Coode died 
at Bangimpur, Assam, aged 25, 13 
October 1894. 

Louisa ]\Iargaret, daughter of Arthur 
and Louisa Catharina Coode of Tre- 
varthian, co. Cornwall, was married at 
St. Austell, CO. Cornwall, 10 October 



ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



COODE, continued. 

1S95, to Henry Curwen Biscoe Smith of 
Aubrey Lodge, Emsworth, co. Hants, 
younger son of Captain Bruce Neilson 
Smith of the Bengal Staff Corps. 

Page 21. — Mary Wilmot Arundell, 
wife of Walter Coode of London, Bar- 
rister-at-Law, died at New Quay, co. 
Cornwall, 4 September 1894. 

CRAWFURD. Vol. IL, page 8.— It 
should have been stated that the Armo- 
rial Dinner Service, a fac-simile of a piece 
of which is given, was made circa 1780 
for Gibbs Crawfurd of St. Hill, co. 
Sussex, and Anna (nee Payne) his wife, 
and is now at East Court, East Grin- 
stead, in the possession of Rev. Charles 
Walter Payne Crawfurd, his great-grand- 
son. 

Page 9. — Rev. Gibbs Payne Crawfurd 
was appointed to the Vicarage of Bicester, 
CO. Oxford, 1894. 

Rev. Charles Hubert Payne Crawfurd 
was appointed to the Vicarage of Mil- 
borne Port, CO. Somerset, 1893. 

CURE. Vol. H., page 23.— Gertrude 
Isabella, daughter of Rev. Edward 
Capel and Gertrude Cure, was married 
at St. Dionis', Fulham, London, 2 July 
1895, to the Rev. Henry Eden Olivier 
of St. Mary's, Dover. 

Page 24. — Frederick Cape! Cure 
married at St. John's, Red Lion Square, 
London, 5 June 1895, Emma Louisa, 
daughter of S. L. Behrens. 

CURTOIS. Vol. I., page 173.— Annie 
Catherine, wife of Atwill Curtois, was 
the daughter of Colonel John Wilson 
[ttot William] Coats. 

Page 175. — Rev. Huntley [w/Huntly] 
Curtois. 

Louise Augusta [not Louisa Augusta] 
Curtois. 
DUGDALE. Vol. II., page 105.— Frank 
Dugdale married at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, 20 July 1895, Lady Eva 
Sarah Louisa Greville, only daughter of 
Guy, 4th Earl of Warwick ; Lady-in- 
Waiting to H.R.H. the Duchess of 
York. 

Page 107. — James Henry and Edith 
Rosa Dugdale have further issue a son, 
born at Rowney Abbey, Ware, 2 April 
1895. 

EDWARDS. Vol. I., page 260.— Date 
of will of Frederick Edwards of Barn- 
ham, CO. Suffolk, should be 30 January 
1873 [not 1833]. 

Frederick Lewis Edwards of Belmont, 
Ontario, died in Canada 4 May 1895. 



EDWARDS, continued. 

Harriet Sophia Edwards died at Tun- 
bridge Wells, CO. Kent, 20 May, and was 
buried at Frant, co. Sussex, 23 May 1895. 

Page 262. — Harriet Frances Mabel, 
widow of Ernest William Edwards of 
Heeleakah, Assam, was married at St. 
Stephen's, East Twickenham, 2 October 
1895, 'o Matthew Henry Gardiner, 
M.B., L.R.C.S., son of James Gardiner, 
Sheriff Substitute of Campbellton, by 
his wife, the Dowager Lady Campbell 
of Auchinbreck. 

FOLJAMBE. Vol. I., page 44.— In the 
collection of Memorial Rings belonging 
to Frederick Arthur Crisp is a gold ring 
enamelled in black on the outside, 
inscribed: "JOHN savile foljambe 

esq: died 14 JAN. 1805, AGED 29." 

Page 45. — Godfrey Acheson Thorn- 
hagh Foljambe married at St. Andrew's, 
Swan wick, co. Derby, 25 April 1895, 
Judith Frances, 3rd daughter of Fitz- 
herbert Wright, J. P. and D.L., of The 
Hayes, Swanwick. 

Hubert Francis Fitzwilliam Brabazon 
Foljambe was commissioned as 2nd 
Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion King's Royal 
Rifle Corps (60th Rifles), 6 March 1895. 

Lord Hawkesbury was appointed a 
Lord in Waiting to H.M. the Queen 30 
April 1894. 

Page 48. — Lord and Lady Hawkesbury 
have furthur issue a son, Victor Alexan- 
der Cecil Savile Foljambe, born at 
Cockglode on Saturday, 19 January, 
at 7-40 a.m., privately baptized at Cock- 
glode on Friday, 22 February 1895 
(entered in Edwinstowe Register and 
noted in that of OUerton), christened at 
the Chapel Royal, St. James' Palace, 
London, on Tuesday 7 May following, 
Her Majesty Queen Victoria being 
sponsor, and specially desiring that he 
should be named Victor Alexander Cecil, 
the third name in token of Her Majesty's 
regard for the memory of the late Lord 
Liverpool, who was Her Majesty's Lord 
Steward 1841-46. The other sponsors 
were The Earl of Rosebery, K.G., The 
Marquis of Breadalbane, and the Rev. 
Arthur Roland Maddison. 

GUILLE. Vol. I., page 38.— Rev. George 
de Carteret Guille died at Guernsey, 
aged 80, 2 January, and was buried at 
Little Torrington 8 January 1895. 

Page 40. — Rev. Hubert George de 
Carteret Stevens Guille married at 
Cattistock, CO. Dorset, 3 August 1895, 
Catherine Louisa, daughter of Rev. 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



GUILLE, conthiued. 

Frederick John Rooke, M. A., Prebendary 
of Salisbury and Rector of Ranipisham, 
CO. Dorset. 

Captain Henry Stevens le Marchant 
Guille married at St. Matthias', Karl's 
Court, London, 15 November 1894, Ada 
Maria, daughter of John B. Crawhall, 
formerly of Wimbledon, co. Surrey. 

GWATKIN. Vol. II., page 4.— Rev. 
Walter Henry Trelawney Ashton Gwat- 
kin was appointed to the Vicarage of 
Margate, co. Kent, 10 June 1895. 

GWATKIN. Vol. II., page 167.— Charles 
Robert Lindsay died at St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, co. Sussex, aged 69, 23 Febru- 
ary, and was buried at Honor Oak 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 28 
February 1895. 

Page 170. — -Charlotte Louisa, wife of 
Major-General Henry Aylmer, R. A., died 
at Pendower, Falmouth, co. Cornwall, 
20 April, and was buried in Falmouth 
Cemetery on Friday 26 April 1895. 

HESKETH. Vol. I., page 161.— Emma 
Margaretta, widow of Arthur Philip 
Groom, died at Bromley, co. Kent, 25 
June, and was buried at Plaistow, co. 
Kent, 29 June 1S95. 

Page 162. — The Rev. George Bridges 
Lewis married, as his 3rd wife, at Holy 
Trinity, Paddington, London, i August 
1893, Florence Alice, daughter of Carl 
Hinricksen. He resigned the living of 
Frinsted, co. Kent, the same year. 

HICKS. Vol. III., page loi.— John 
Power Hicks of Norway House, Hadley 
Green, co. Herts, died 6 October 1895. 

HOBLYN. Vol. I., page 183.— Rev. 
Richard Hoblyn was Rector of St. 
Leonard-at-the-Hythe [^not St. Lawrence]. 
Charles Dennis and Eliza Emily 
Hoblyn have further issue a son, Walter 
Frederic Hoblyn, born at ALaida Vale 
7 March, baptized at St. Mark's, Hamil- 
ton Terrace, London, 20 April 1893. 

HOOPER. Vol. I., page 176.— Sybil 
Maud Marie, daughter of Edmund 
Huntly Hooper, was married at Aires- 
ford, CO. Hants, 25 May 1893, to 
Lieutenant-Colonel Peter Aubertin of 
The Weir, Alresford, late 2nd Dragoon 
Guards. 

HOPE-EDWARDES. Vol. II., page 
47. — Louisa Charlotte, widow of Thomas 
Henry Hope-Edwardes, died at Dorring- 
ton Grove, co. Salop, aged 87, 20 
September 1894. 



JEAFFRESON. Vol. II., page 52.— 
Alethea Mary, daughter of William and 
Caroline Jeaffreson, died at Brighton 18 
May 1894. 

Mary, daughter of William and 
Caroline Jeaffreson, died at Brighton 1 7 
December 1894. 

JOHNSON. Vol. III., page 18.— Rev. 
Henry Barham and Catharine Bodham 
Johnson have further issue a daughter, 
Catharine Mary, born at Reading 26 
August, baptized at St. Peter's, Yaxham, 
6 October 1895. 

JOYNSON. Vol. II., page 55.— John 
Joynson of Waterloo, co. Lane, 
F.R.A.S., died at Thornton Lodge, 
Thornton, co. Lane, i March, and was 
buried at St. Luke's, Great Crosby, co. 
Lane, 6 March 1895. 

Catharine Hall, daughter of Tertius 
and Catharine Hall Joynson of Long- 
view, Liscard, was married at the Church 
of St. Hillary, Wallasey, co. Chester, ir 
September 1895, to Ernest Raymond 
Wheeley. 

LEE. Vol. II., page 64.— Sir Edward 
Lee married at St. Giles', Camberwell, 
CO. Surrey, 12 September 1870, Emily, 
daughter of Thomas Davis. 

LEVESON GOWER. Vol. I., page 22. 
Granville William Gresham Leveson 
Gower of Titsey Place, co. Surrey, died 
at 17 Gledhow Gardens, Kensington, 
London, aged 57, 30 May 1895. 

LOCKETT. Vol. II., page 108.— Sarah, 
daughter of John Hilton and Jessie 
Lockett, married James Logan Mackie 
\jiot Peter Mackie]. 

Pages 109 and iii. — Frances Maria, 
wife of William Jeffery Lockett of 
Grassendale, near Liverpool, died 19 
May, and was buried at Smithdown 
Road Cemetery, Liverpool, 21 May 
1895. 

Page 112. — Margaret, wife of Richard 
Willis Wilkinson of New Brighton, co. 
Lane, died 16 March, and was bur. at 
Smithdown Road Cemetery 21 March 
1895. 

Garstang Bradstock and Beatrice 
Augusta Lockett have further issue a 
daughter, born 20 May, baptized at 
Christ Church, Sefton Park, Liverpool, 
I July 1894. 
LUKIN. Vol. III., page 48.— Alice Ger- 
trude, widow of Rev. William Hugo 
Lukin, died at Boscombe, co. Hants, 1 2 
September, and was buried in the 
cemetery there 17 September 1895. 



IV 



ADDITIONS &= CORRECTIONS. 



MANNING. Vol. II., page 121.— Rev. 
William Manning (son of Thomas 
Manning of Starston, co. Norfolk) was 
M.A. of Sidney Sussex College \not 
Caius College], Cambridge. 

Page 122. — Emily Octavia, wife of 
William Woodward Manning, was the 
daughter of Thomas Batt, Surgeon, 7th 
Royal Fusiliers, J. P. for co. Brecon \jwt 
H.E.I.C.S.]. 

Edgar Babbington Manning was 7iot 
married in New Zealand. 

Page 123. — Joyce Emilia, the 3rd 
child of Rev. Charles Upwood and 
Beatrice Caroline Manning, born at 
Clench warton, co. Norfolk, 22 August 
1894, was baptized there 30 September 
in the same year. 

Kate Anna Maria, daughter of William 
Woodward and Emily Octavia Manning, 
married John James Bourne Benson of 
Porbandar, C.E., State Engineer. 

Edward Frederick Collins Manning 
did )iot marry a second time Miss 
Wade-Gery. 

Page 124. — Dumaresq Williamson 
and Helena Manning have issue two 
children, Gladys and Charles Anthony 
Woodman Manning. The latter was 
born at Vryburg, Bechuanaland, 18 
November 1894. 

MANX. Vol. I., page 196. — Isabella 
Connel, widow of the Rev. Frederick 
\Voods Mant, died at Teddington, co. 
Middlesex, 7 September 1895. 

METHOLD. Vol. I., page 146.— Muriel 
\jiot Mauriel] Gwendoline Methwold, 
daughter of Frederick John and Edith 
Caroline Methold, was married at Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate, London, 24 
April 1895, to Francis Arthur Walrond, 
son of Henry Walrond, loth Marquis de 
Vallado, and Condfe de Parama, one of 
the coheirs to the Barony of Welles, 
by Caroline Maud his wife, daughter 
of William John Clark of Buckland 
Toussaints, co. Devon, J. P. and D.L. 

MILBORNE-SWINNERTON- 
PILKINGTON. Vol. II., page 174. 
Rende Elizabeth, wife of William 
Frederick Lee of Grove Hall, co. York, 
was baptized at Royston, co. York, 15 
January [«(?/ July] i860. 

Captain Thomas Edward Milborne- 
Swinnerton-Pilkington married at St. 
Mark's, North Audley Street, London, 
23 July 1895, Lady Kathleen Mary 
Alexina Cuffe, daughter of William Ulick 
O'Connor, 4th Viscount Dysart of 
Dysart, co. Kilkenny. 



NICHOLLS. Vol. II., page 50.— AVilliam 
Holland Ballet Fletcher, who married 
Agnes Caroline Nicholls, was born at 
AVarwick House, Worthing \iiot Ber- 
sted Lodge, Bognor], co. Sussex. 

OUVRY. Vol. III., page 168. — Emily 
Anne, widow of Frederic Ouvry, died at 
1 2 Chepstow Villas, Bayswater, London, 
5 September 1895. 

PARKER. Vol. I., page 163.— The will 
of Mary Hurle, widow of John Hurle, 
was proved in the Principal Registry \7wt 
in the Bristol District Registry]. 

Page 167. — -George Francis Parker 
died at Brighton on Tuesday, 28 May, 
and was buried at Christ Church, Forest 
Hill, CO. Kent, on Friday, 31 May 1895. 

PENRUDDOCKE. Vol. II., page 44. 
The will of Charles Penruddocke of 
Burcot, CO. Somerset, was dated 1 1 
December 1797 \iwt 1799]. 

Page 45. — George Hungerford Pen- 
ruddocke died in London, aged 24, 4 
October 1894. 

Charles and Annie Elizabeth Dicken- 
son Marie Carew Brampford Penrud- 
docke, have further issue twins, George 
William Penruddocke and Sybil Frances, 
born 31 July 1894, and privately 
baptized. 

Page 46. — Colonel William Graydon 
died at West End Villas, Andover, co. 
Hants, on Monday, 1 1 February, and 
was buried at the Parish Church there 
on Friday, 15 February 1895. 

PERCIVAL. Vol. II., page 71.— Violet 
Sarah, youngest daughter of Rev. Charles 
James and Mabel Mercer Percival, died 
at Nassington Vicarage, Wansford, aged 
I year and 7 months, 31 August 1895. 

PILKINGTON. Vol. L, page 256.— 
Samuel Charles Morton and Sarah 
Piikington have further issue a son, 
William Morton Piikington, born at 
Inglewood, Aughton, near Ormskirk, 24 
December 1894, baptized at Christ 
Church, Aughton, 31 March 1895. 

PLATT-HIGGINS. Vol. L, page loi. 
Nora Lilian, daughter of Edward and 
Martha Elizabeth Platt-Higgins, was 
married at St. James', Belfast, 19 Sep- 
tember 189s, to David Elgar Payn of 
the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. 

PRICE. Vol. II., page 160. — Lewis 
Powel of Maescarnog \not Mescarnog], 
and Margaret Price were married at 
Call wen \tiot Callwm]. 

David Lewis was born and died at 
Lletty Evandde \tiot Fardde]. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



PRIDEAUX-BRUNE. Vol. II., page 
99. — Rev. Edward Shapland and Soi)hia 
Prideaux-Brune have further is.suc a 
son, Lancelot Grant Oglander Prideaux- 
Brune, born at Rowner, co. Hants, 17 
October, baptized there 15 November 
1894. 

PRITCHETT. Vol. I., page 197.— 
Louise, widow of Rev. Richard Charles 
Pritchett, died at Clifton, Bristol, aged 
73, 27 June 1895. 

Page 199. — Rowland Pritchett married 
at Lydbrook, Forest of Dean, co. Glou- 
cester, I August 1892, Mary Elizabeth 
Frances, daughter of William Harris of 
Cinderford, Forest of Dean. 

Page 200. — Rev. Percy Hugh Prit- 
chett married at the Parish Church, 
Rangiora, New Zealand, 28 August 

1893, Lizzie, youngest daughter of Rev. 
Henry Torlesse of Rangiora, and has 
issue a son, Delabere Geoffrey Torlesse 
Pritchett, born at Kanieri, West Land, 
New Zealand, i September 1894, and 
baptized there. 

Page 201. — Edward Pritchett married 
at the Parish Church of Chorlton- 
cum-Hardy, Manchester, 6 February 
1892, Isabel, eldest daughter of John 
Dewhnrst of Chorlton-cum-Hardy, and 
has issue a son, Arthur Dewes Prit- 
chett, born at Chorlton-cum-Hardy 10 
July, baptized there 10 August 1893 ; 
also a daughter, Dorothy Annie, born 
at West Didsbury, Manchester, 11 July, 
baptized there 4 August 1895. 

Ellen Mary d'Ewes Pritchett was 
married at Trinity Church, Darlington, 
CO. Durham, 23 September 1893, to 
Walter L. D. Chapman, Lieutenant 
R.N.R. 

William and Katharine Janet Pritchett 
have further issue a daughter, Annie 
Gertrude, born at Queenstown, Cape 
Colony, 25 March, baptized there 21 
April 1895. 

Page 202. — Henry Pritchett died at 
Lawnside, West Town, near Bristol, 29 
September, and was buried in Backwell 
Churchyard, near Bristol, 2 October 

1894. Will dated 24 June 1889, and 
proved at Bristol 23 October 1894. 

QUAYLE. Vol. II., page 41.— Edith, 
daughter of Mark Hildesley and Mary 
Jane Hamilton Quayle, was married at 
Trimley St. Martin, co. Suffolk, 4 July 
1894, to Latham Tomlin of Dane 
Court, Isle of Thanet, co. Kent, and 
has issue. 



RICKETTS. Vol. I., page 274.— Freder- 
ick William Rodney and Alice Eve 
Grace Ricketts have further issue a 
son, Rodney Bernard Ricketts, born 
at Eastbourne 3 November, baptized 
at St. Saviour's there 9 December 
1894. 

Pages 274 and 276. — William 
Rickett.s, Commander R.N., married 
at St. Clement's, Bournemouth, 8 May 
1894, his cousin Susan Hotham, 
daughter of Rev. Vincent Fitzhardinge 
Lennox and Susan Arabella Henrietta 
Ricketts. 

ROPE. Vol. II., page 91. — Emma, ist 
wife of Frederick George Cook of Sax- 
tead Lodge, Framlingham, died 17 May 
[not 7 May] 1868. 

Page 92. — Ellen, widow of Samuel 
Edward Rope of Hadleigh, co. Suffolk, 
was married at St. Matthew's, Ipswich, 
4 September 1894, to the Rev. Francis 
Hazlewood, Rector of St. Matthew's, 
Ipswich. 

Lucy Mary Ann, daughter of Samuel 
and Eliza Rope, was born 1 1 December 
1849 \not 1848J, and was baptized 10 
February 1850 ynot 1849]. 

Page 94. — Margaret Agnes, daughter 
of Henry John and Agnes Maud Rope, 
was baptized 20 July \iwt 7 July] 
1882. 

Arthur Mingay and Alice Maud Rope 
have further issue a son, Geoffrey Austen 
Rope, born at Leiston, co. Suffolk, 27 
August, baptized there 21 September 
1894. 

Page 95. — Emma Elizabeth, wife of 
Edward Rope of Orford, died at Orford, 
aged 76, 26 March, and was buried 
there 29 March 1895. 

Edward Mingay and Emma Morley 
Rope have further issue a son, John 
Alfred, born at Te Kopuru, New 
Zealand, 19 April 1895. 

Alfred Ernest Rope was born 9 De- 
cember 1857 \tiot 1858], and was 
baptized 21 March 1858 [?w/ 1859]. 

Walter Henry Rope married at St. 
Matthew's, Bayswater, London, 29 
January 1895, Celia Mary, daughter 
of William Gobbitt of Chippenham, co. 
Cambridge, by Jane Elizabeth his wife, 
daughter of Robert Garrard of Athling- 
ton Hall, CO. Suffolk. She was born at 
Sudbourne, co. Suffolk, 29 August 186S, 
and was baptized at Athlington. 

Page 96. — Celia, first wife of George 
William Mingay, was married 3 October 
1844 {not 1845]. 



VI 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



RYLANDS. Vol. I., page 17.— Rachel 
Dorothea, daughter of Thomas Glaze- 
brook and Elizabeth Rylands, was 
married at Thelwall, co. Chester, 19 
January 1895, to George Percival Mason 
of Liverpool. 

SWANN. Vol. I., page 95.— Rev. Henry 
Aldersey and Margaret Swann have 
further issue a daughter, Winifred Mabel 
Aldersey, born at Bury St. Edmunds, co. 
Suffolk, on Monday, 2 September 1895. 

TADDY. Vol. III., page 103.— Alfred 
Taddy Thomson died at 142 Gloucester 
Terrace, Hyde Park, aged 77, 12 October 
1895. 

TEMPEST. Vol. n., page 141.— Miles 
Stapleton, loth Baron Beaumont, was 
killed by the accidental discharge of his 
gun at Carlton Towers, co. York, 16 
September, and was buried at Carlton 
19 September 1895. 

TUKE. Vol. II., page 85. — Frances 
Priscilla, daughter of James Hack and 
Elizabeth Take, died at Mentone, 
France, 14 April 1895. 



TUKE, coniinued. 

Page 86. — William Favill Tuke mar- 
ried at Saffron Walden 30 April 1895, 
Eva Marion, second daughter of Martin 
Nockolds of Saffron Walden. 

WILLIAMS. Vol. I., page 41.— Mary 
Christian, widow of Sir Frederick Martin 
Williams, Bart., died at Bath 22 May 
1S92. 

Page 42. — Colonel James Hornby 
BuUer of Down Hall, Epsom, died 7 
August 1S95. 

WOODROOFFE. Vol. II., page 11.— 
William Erskine Woodrooffe married 
Amelia Maria \iiot Mary] Pile. 

Page 12. — Rev. Henry Reade Wood- 
rooffe married Elizabeth Marion \iwt 
Marion Elizabeth] Oak. 

Charlotte Mary, daughter of Rev. 
Henry Reade and Elizabeth Marion 
Woodrooffe, was married at St. George's 
Cathedral, Grahamstown, Cape Colony, 
19 June 1895, to Percy Edward Ould, 
youngest son of Charles Ould of 28 
Lansdowne Gardens, London. 



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